Response to Critics No One Saw: Hidden from View Donahue pointed out that Hickey was surrounded by Secret
Service agents on both sides of the running board, making him more difficult to
With everyone’s attention either on JFK or on the Texas School Book Depository,
with the AR-15’s flash suppressor, and with the explosive head shot being
accidentally fired rather than aimed,
it’s easy to see why people would have missed seeing AR-15 fire. The brief bit
of light that they might have
seen could have easily been misinterpreted as a shot from the “grassy knoll.”
People may not have seen the AR-15 fire, but there is plenty
of evidence that it did. Witness accounts of smelling gun smoke and of Hickey
“swinging the gun around wildly,” autopsy accounts of “a galaxy of stars” of
radio-opaque material in JFK’s skull, the size of the 6.0mm entrance wound, the
acts of cover-up and their immediacy, switched and suppressed evidence—all of
it points to Donahue being correct about the accidental firing of the AR-15.
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