Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Greer's Smoking Gun

At the risk of beating a dead horse, we thought we would provide the smoking gun evidence that William Greer murdered John Kennedy in the limousine in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963.
For those who have followed these chronicles, it is not a new revelation that William Greer murdered President Kennedy. Long time followers also know that we have excoriated the Dulles-McCloy hearings, also known as the Warren Commission, as fraud at best, and cover-up of a murder by the murderers at worst, in a situation where both cases obtain.
As contemptible as the Warren Commission Report is, if one knows how to read it, one can find hidden gems hiding in plain sight. Those who think that they can discover the truth by starting with the WCR are sadly mistaken, but if one discovers the evidence for murder and constructs a proper view of the crime, the WCR can yield insightful discoveries.
One such finding was brought to our attention by our correspondent Deep Truth who found this gem in the testimony of Clint Hill:
"And I heard a noise from my right rear, which to me seemed to be a firecracker. I immediately looked to my right, I jumped from the car, realizing that something was wrong, ran to the Presidential limousine. Just about as I reached it, there was another sound, which was different than the first sound. I think I described it in my statement as though someone was shooting a revolver into a hard object - it seemed to have some type of an echo."
Hill has described the murder of the president by a hand gun - not by a sniper's bullet of which there were many during the 4.86 seconds which the Zapruder film says the first shot began and the last shot ended in which the president's head was shot off by Greer. We should add that the Zapruder film was heavily altered, so its value as a timing device is minimal - but as of now it is all we have.
Greer was under strict orders to not leave the ambush zone until the President was dead. So he turned to his right to murder the president. He didn't have to worry about Connally noticing him because Connally was part of the conspiracy. In any event we do not believe that Connally saw Greer shoot due to all of the commotion from the first shots.
Greer's cues did not come from his own observation. We believe that Umbrella Man was his signaler, and one reason he turned around to get instructions. In another words, while it was "wet" - a code word used among MI6 and CIA for murder - shots should continue to be fired at Kennedy. When Umbrella Man lowered his umbrella, shooting season was over.
One other interesting fact about Hill's testimony is that he was able to run from the car behind the limousine - which was several yards behind - to jump into the back of the vehicle to prevent Jackie Kennedy from escaping for her life. The fact that Hill could run to enter the vehicle is even more proof that the limousine was halted while Greer murdered the president.
The CIA, Mossad, and Bush Crime Syndicate have shills all over the internet ridiculing the case that Greer murdered the president, indicating to us its efficacy as truth. They rarely deal with the facts, of which the most salient is that there is no other credible alternative theory of the murder due to forensic evidence such as ballistics, the condition of the skull, and eye and ear witnesses, of which Hill was the latter.
William Greer, along with his fellow snipers, will go down in history as the most vile murderer of the 20th century - he has no peer for wickedness. Hill's testimony, however inadvertent, reveals the smoking gun, and solves the murder of President Kennedy.

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