A few people have been identified by name over the years as being a second gunman firing
from the Grassy Knoll, along with Oswald's supposed firing from the sixth floor of the Texas
Schoolbook Depository Building (TSDB). Since Oswald was located behind the President,
he could not have fired the shot into the right upper part of the forehead of the President's
head. In fact, to be clear, Oswald did not fire any rifle, pistol, or any gun that day. He was
only accused of doing so.
I would like to restrict the term 'second' gunman to a figure observed over the roof of an
'estate' or 'station' wagon parked between the wooden stockade fence and the solid
concrete fence 2.5 or 3 feet high extending to the beginning of the stairs leading
down to the sidewalk on the north side of Elm Street. Photographic samples from
what appears to be the Nix film shows a man on the opposite side of the car holding
a long barreled gun.
This man may be the shooter who shot the President in the head, killing him. Jean Hill,
who was standing behind the President as he was being shot, insisted that the shots
came from the top of the Grassy Knoll.
In a couple of hours this afternoon I came across two new names to add to the one
I had last night.
1. David Ferrie - mentioned in British video "The Day the Dream Died."
2, Lucien Sarti - mentioned in a video by Nigel Turner interviewing Cyril Wecht and Col. L.F. Prouty
Sarti name at 13-15 seconds at beginning of video
3. Herminio Diaz - in October 28, 2013 article in National Enquirer.
I will try to find digital version of article.