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11 November 2016


Edward Bauer

Anyone with competitive rifle marksmanship experience (mine began in 1966) knows Oswald used the first shot for the indispensable requirement of zeroing (sighting-in) his reassembled rifle, aiming at the south curb of Main Street and causing the “fresh bullet mark” seen by Deputies Walthers and Sweatt. It “missed” because it wasn’t aimed at the limo in the first place.

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