Secrets of a Homicide: Acoustics


The reconstructed photographic record conclusively demonstrates that no police motorcycles – including, Officer H.B. McLain’s – were near the area designated by the HSCA’s acoustic experts, and consequently, the committee’s acoustic evidence of a conspiracy in the Kennedy assassination is invalid.

This finding, based on the photographic record alone, supports and is consistent with the conclusions reached by the 1982 National Academy of Science’s Committee on Ballistic Acoustics which determined that the recorded segment analyzed by the HSCA acoustic experts was recorded at least one minute after the assassination, and therefore, could not have contained “gunshots.”


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