Mathematical probability of accuracy in assassination considering short time of
- I recently saw a study on TV on the Kennedy assassination which looked at it from a
scientific perspective. Although I was always skeptical of the Warren Commission report and
the one shooter theory, I must say the TV program changed my thinking. The shooter's
angles studied, the residual splatter of the flesh and blood in the car and so forth, it all
seemed to fit.
The only aspect of this program which didn't settle with me was the fact that the
sharpshooter had time to set up before each of his three shots in the simulated study - does
anyone have any information or an idea of mathematical probability that Oswald could have
accomplished the same thing from his perch in relatively rapid fire?