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JFK Assassination: Zapruder Film Frame By Frame



Zapruder Film



” The 486 frames on six feet of film shot by Abraham Zapruder on November 22, 1963, weigh several ounces, but they are visual evidence of a moment in time that defined America for decades.

In the bits of footage taken by the Bell & Howell camera at 12:30pm on the day of U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Frame 313 is most notorious for depicting the final fatal bullet from Lee Harvey Oswald’s gun.

The Zapruder reel is indispensable as historical record of an incident that scarred the country and has captivated conspiracy theorists ever since.”


Read the companion piece : From Zapruder to the selfie: Images capture, but seldom explain









Former Nixon Aide Alleges Lyndon Johnson Had Kennedy Assassinated



” A former Richard Nixon aide and Republican strategist Roger Stone, 61, said last week that he will publish a book in October which gives evidence that former President Lyndon B. Johnson masterminded the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

The Daily Caller reports that the book is being published in time for the 50-year anniversary of JFK’s assassination.”

” In the upcoming book titled “The Man Who Killed Kennedy – the case against LBJ,” Stone, presenting documentary evidence, attempts to link Johnson with a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy.


He claims that Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson had a “documented” relationship with Jack Ruby, the man who killed Lee Harvey Oswald. According to Stone, the relationship dates back years before Ruby, whose real name was Jacob Leon Rubenstein, killed Oswald in the basement of Dallas police headquarters in 1963.”

10 Things You May Not Know About Richard Nixon

” On January 9, 1913, Richard Milhous Nixon was born inside a bedroom of his family’s modest Yorba Linda, California, house. On the 100th anniversary of the birth of America’s 37th president, explore 10 surprising facts about the only U.S. president to resign from office.

1. Lee Harvey Oswald may have plotted to assassinate Nixon. 
In the early morning of November 22, 1963, Richard Nixon rode through Dallas to the airport to fly home after attending a Pepsi-Cola board meeting. Nixon saw the preparations for the motorcade that hours later would carry John F. Kennedy, the man who defeated him for the presidency three years prior, on the streets of the city’s downtown. After Nixon landed in New York, he learned that Kennedy had been gunned down in that motorcade. In a further coincidence, the wife of Lee Harvey Oswald testified to the Warren Commission that in April 1963 the alleged assassin read a local newspaper report, tucked a pistol in his belt, and told her, “Nixon is coming. I want to go and have a look.” After locking him in a bathroom, Oswald’s wife convinced him to turn over his gun. The account was puzzling, since Nixon was not in Dallas in April 1963 and no newspaper mentioned any visit. “