Larry, there are reviews of the Dunkel-Riefenstahl Disinformazione Productions hoax by David Mantik, Pamela Brown, Jim DiEugenio.
The latter's paragraph effectively exposes the propagandist's agenda. Pay careful attention--the reveal applies equally to Spectre, Inc.:
In fact in the aforementioned online discussion, Gary Mack admitted that he, and the show, were wrong about this. He then added this: "We didn't catch it at the time." But yet, according to Robert Groden, this is a lie. He was in Dealey Plaza at the time the show was filming the limousine simulations with models in it. He said that he pointed out to the show's director and Gary Mack that the "positions and locations of both the actors portraying President and Jackie Kennedy were completely wrong." Then Groden added something that is really important in understanding the program's genesis and ultimate purpose. In that regard, it actually sounds like something J. Lee Rankin would write to his assistant counsel about the true position of the bullet that entered into Kennedy's back. Groden posted that both Mack and the director replied that "the positions and locations were not important to the points they were trying to show." But if this were so then why did Mack misrepresent that specific point to the public on the air! He actually said that the shot would have hit Jackie. I have an idea as to why. Because that was an easy visual way to discredit a shot from that angle. Almost like the show did focus groups, they understood this would easily register with the public. I know this because a colleague from work said this to me the day after the show aired. Knowing my interest in the JFK case, he came up to me at lunch and said, "Jim, the shot couldn't have come from the front. It would have hit Jackie." And we all know it did not. So the evidence Groden produces from behind the scenes, says that the producers knew they were wrong and went ahead anyway for propaganda purposes. And Mack then tried to conceal this when he said they didn't catch it in time. Further, the quote by Groden that I am using was posted on February 5, 2009. Way after the show's initial broadcast. He said he was reposting it at this time. Why? Because his initial post of the information had been removed!
Do we see Dunkel doing the Gruber in re the stupidity of Americans"
Slow the film down and focus on this sentence:
Groden posted that both Mack and the director replied that "the positions and locations were not important to the points they were trying to show."
It's hard to see the stitches on Dunkel's fast ball so we will zoom in on the core phrase:
"the positions and locations were not important to the points they were trying to show."
Okay, the heckler of Marrs, the little Dunkel who thought he was an historian, the pompous Poppin' Fresh of the Sixth Floor Confusatory:
positions and locations were not important
We see that Dunkel has invoked "ends justifies means"
that "the points they were trying to show"
were the same old Lone Gunman/Magic Bullet dogma of the killer cabal which reigns to this day.
The "curator" was willing to advance his masters' agenda, plausible denial to perpetuate the P.T. Barnum Theory of History.
Your instinct was correct: you knew to believe "your lying eyes", not the a priori Orwellian boot in your face.