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Orville Nix, who took another Historical film, farther away then Zapruder and from the opposite side of the street

Where did he think the shots came from:
"They came From a fence, between the book depository and the rail road tracks."

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jfk assassination eye witness photo john f kennedy picture Eye Witnesses, Philip Willis, who was taking photos and was with his family near the corner on the south side of Elm Street.

Has stated, he believed shots were fired from the depository, but "at least one shot including the one that took the back of his head off, had to come from his ( the President’s ) right front."

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Phillip Willis also testified before the Warren commission on July 22, 1964

During his testimony, Willis was asked if at the time of the shots he looked in the direction of the railroad tracks which go across the triple underpass.(97) Willis stated that he saw policemen and spectators there, but that he saw no evidence of shots coming from that area.(98) Willis was not asked during the testimony about his film, which shows a figure behind the concrete wall on the knoll.

Ms. [Rose Mary] Willis said she was aware of three shots being fired.(87) She gave no information on the direction or location of the shots, but stated that her father became upset when the policemen in the area appeared to run away from where he thought the shots came from; that is; they were running away from the grassy knoll. (12 HSCA 7)

Committee investigators also interviewed Ms. Willis' sister,
Mr. Linda Pites, on November 7, 1978, in Dallas. Mrs. Pites explained [*PAGE 8 FOLLOWS*] that she was also present in the plaza at the time of the shots. The only information she provided relevant to the shots was that she had a distinct impression that the head wound to President Kennedy was the result of a front-to-rear shot. She also heard three shots and saw the President's head "blow up.

Charles Brehm who was on the South side of Elm Street. He thought all the shots came from one of the two Buildings on the corner of Elm and Houston.
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< Warren Commission.> Charles Brehm:
BREHM said that a third shot followed and that all three shots were relatively close together. BREHM stated that he was in military service and he has had experience with bolt-action rifles, and he expressed the opinion that the three shots were fired just about as quickly as an individual can maneuver a bolt-action rifle, take aim, and fire three shots.

BREHM stated he definitely knew the President had been shot and he recalled having seen blood on the President's face. He also stated that it seemed quite apparent to him that the shots came from one of two buildings back at the corner of Elm and Houston Streets.
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As the Warren Report would state, No one saw anyone with a rifle near the triple underpass or the fence area.

However one person who clams he was sitting on a highway railing on the far-side of the bridges and would have had a long but clear view behind the fence area.


Ed Hoffman, who is a deaf-mute, describes what he saw threw a translator.

"And I focused in on a gentleman with a suit and a hat standing here at the picked fence I saw a puff of smoke then I saw a man with a rifle, I was shocked it was a brown rifle, I saw the man in the suit and the hat, pitch the gun to the railroad man and he walked off in this direction. "

He has also stated that the railroad man walked to the Railroad Bridge disassembled the rifle and put it in a toolbox. knoll shooter wintesses hoffman jfk kennedy assassination photo

At the Depository Building :
before the shooting, two employees James Jarman Jr. and Harold Norman, who were on the street decided to watch the motorcade from the fifth-floor windows. Another worker Bonnie Ray Williams had gone up to the sixth floor to eat his lunch, which accounted for the chicken bones and an empty pop bottle found there latter. Williams then went down to the fifth-floor and joined Norman and Jarman at approximately 12:20 P.M.

Norman was in the fifth-floor southeast corner windrow, directly under the sixth-floor window where the boxes and bullet casings would latter be found.

< Warren Report > Norman:
"and I can’t remember what the exact time was but I know I heard a shot, and then after I heard the shot, well, it seems as though the President, you know, slumped or something, and then another shot and I believe Jarman or someone told me, he said, "I believe someone is shooting at the President." and I think I made a statement "it is someone shooting at the President, and I believe it came from up above us."
well, I couldn�t see at all during the time but I know I heard a third shot fired, and I could also hear something sounded like the shell hulls hitting the floor and the ejecting of the rifle.
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Earlier, Norman had seen Lee Oswald outside of the Depositor Building, Oswald ask him, What was all the commotion about, What was everyone looking for.
After Norman Informed Oswald that the President was due to pass by, according to Norman, Oswald just put his hands in his pockets, laughed and walked away.

According to another TSBD employee James Jarman, Jr., he talk to Oswald that morning, Oswald asked him what were the people gathering around on the corner for. He told him that the President was supposed to pass that morning. Lee asked him if he knew witch way he was coming. Jarman told him probably down Main and turn on Houston then back again on Elm. Oswald�s reply was "Oh, I see."

These are Perhaps the best images of the School Book Depository Building 6th Floor window.
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.Bronson Film; 5-6 minutes before the shots.
 School Book Depository Building image, photo, window.
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Hughes Film; seconds before the shots.
Enhancements by Francis Corbett and Robert Gonsalves.

( The exact time of the shooting was placed at 12:30 P.M. CST. November 22, 1963 )

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Dealey Plaza Witnesses PAGES 1 - 8 The Great Escape PAGES 1 - 4
1 Presidential Threats
2 wittiness in the motorcade
3 wittiness in the motorcade
4 Gordon Arnold was he there
5 shots book dep / knoll
6 more plaza wittiness
7 more plaza wittiness
8 officers / Oswald encounter
1 Oswald's Bus and Cab ride.
2 Oswald at boarding house, police car honks horn outside
4 The capture and arrest of Oswald.

[Dallas I]--[Dallas II]--[Parkland Hospital]--[Bethesda Autopsy]--[Shots]--[Magic Single Bullet Theory]--[Oswald, Part I - II - III - IV - Curtin Rod Story]--[Three Tramps]--[Dallas Police] NEW Grassy Knoll ENHANCEMENTS.
Moorman photo. Black Dog Image. Knoll Overview. Gordon Arnold Factor.
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