Not to be rude, but I am moving this thread to JFK 101: The Basics.
I am doing this because we are nearly 20 years beyond the time when it was appropriate to "micro-analyze" the photographic evidence. Twenty years ago the internet was new. Novice researchers had never before had the opportunity to conduct such studies for lack of access. With the dawning of the age of the "information super-highway" that all changed. Back then it was quite understandable for earnest researchers to attempt analysis of this type of evidence.
However, unless there is a clear and compelling piece of new evidence to analyze--as opposed to the tiny, grainy, blurry image that was the original focus of this thread--we must call a spade a spade. The man on the grass in the animated gif was NOT disassembling a rifle. Any suggestion to the contrary is absurd. Moreover, that there may have been "movement" in the upper left hand area of that clip is effectively useless. It does not inform us of anything.
I suggest that newcomers to this subject "research the research" that has already been accomplished before sashaying through the Plaza's photographic maze of dead ends. It is a better use of their (and our) time than starting all over again as if we'd not been down this road before.
I am, of course, assuming that Travis is a newcomer to the subject and unfamiliar with the research that has come before. Kathleen is not a newcomer. She should have known better.
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