In a recent presentation at New York’s Hunter College, independent scholar Max argued the Zapruder film is not only the most famous, but also the most misunderstood, piece of evidence about the John F. Kennedy assassination.Holland has given this talk before, at the Sixth Floor Museum, among other places.
He argues, correctly, that one should not assume all the shots fired at President Kennedy on November 22, 1963 were fired while Abraham Zapruder was filming the presidential motorcade. The problem with his claim that one shot was fired before Zapruder started filming is that virtually no witness testimony supports it and the gunman would have been firing into tree branches. Why would an assassin do that?
Correct me if I’m wrong.