Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Was Lee Harvey Oswald photographed just seconds before shooting Kennedy?

Original Photograph

Just moments before the assignation of President John F. Kennedy on Friday, November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas, Photographer Jack Weaver snapped the above image with his polaroid camera of Kennedy's motorcade turning onto Houston St. heading towards Elm St. with the Texas School Book Depository building pictured on the left.


Below excerpt from Wikipedia:

(According to a witness who was sitting across the street from the Texas School Book Depository, notified police that as he watched the motorcade go by, he heard a shot come from above, and looked up to see a man with a rifle make another shot from a corner window on the sixth floor. He had seen the same man minutes earlier looking out the window.)



Another excerpt from alt.conspiracy.jfk:

And i think it's logical to assume that Oswald was probably getting a tad anxious, waiting for his prey to turn from Min to Houston…and, at the same time, wondering if he'll have to abandon his murder attempt due to Willimas' pesky presence on the very same 6th floor. So Oswald quietly moves to the window and looks out a couple of times, but without the rifle in his hands…the rifle is in no doubt resting at Oswald's feet in the SN.



The window where Oswald fired the fatal shots


Just out of curiosity i went ahead and made some adjustments to the photo and shockingly discovered what looks like a human figure standing at the window of the 6th floor of the book depository. Could this be the image of Lee Harvey Oswald just moments before he shot and killed President Kennedy?

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You decide..






1 comment:

  1. Wow.. That does look like a figure in the window.. but was that figure put there by photoshop I wonder.. It just looks to complete.. but yea.. it's a human figure.. maybe it's him! Isn't that where he worked and shot from.. His rifle was there.. So I think yes! It was him!

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