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Digitized Copy of Audio Tape of JFK's Assassination

By August 6, 2004

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How many shots were fired at JFK? The Warren Commission decided three, but others say four. The number of shots might reveal whether Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole gunman or whether there was an accomplice. Though many of us are familiar with the film footage of the assassination, there was also a single audio recording of the shooting -- a motorcycle policeman's radio transmitted the sound back to police headquarters where it was taped. Unfortunately, time has damaged the tape. A new digitization process should be able to analyze the grooves on the tape and make a clear copy. In the digitized copy, it is likely that static and other noise will be able to be filtered out and listeners will be able to hear whether there were three or four shots fired.

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May 25, 2008 at 1:03 am
(1) Rontruth says:

I remember from about four years ago when I went to website, Dallas Police: Audio Of Shots Fired From JFK Assassination. There one could listen to the five sounds, like pschuuf. .Puuch. . . . .puuch. puuch-PUUCH.

It has been removed from the Independent TV web-site. it told the real, unvarnished truth about the simple fact that Oswald did NOT kill Kennedy, and verifies the story told by James E. Files at website http://www.jfkmurdersolved.com

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