In a huffy blog post,Ballistics and the Truth, Dale Meyers and Todd Vaughan unload on Max Holland’s reinterpretation of Abraham Zapruder’s film, accusing him of “irrational logic, mockery, and distain (sic) for the truth “
The shaky orthography and effortless condescension, all too familiar in the JFK arena, tends to obscure Meyers and Vaughn’s strongest argument:
The accounts of most Dealey Plaza eyewitnesses do not corroborate Holland’s timing of the first shot at JFK’s limousine.
One person I want to hear from is Luke Haag
“Indeed, late last month, a few weeks after Holland’s Sixth Floor Museum presentation, ballistic expert Luke Haag showed over 450 forensic scientists attending a conference in Dallas his peer-reviewed ballistic investigation into Holland’s theory which demonstrated that each and every one of Holland’s assertions about the potential deflection of one Oswald’s bullets by the traffic mast pole was physically impossible. It didn’t happen. It couldn’t have happened.
Has anybody seen Haag’s presentation? Know about his background?