|Gordon Arnold from the A&E series "The Man who killed Kennedy"|
The next scene Arnold described is completely bizarre.
|Animated Gif showing the puff of smoke emanating from the Grassy Knoll.|
|Close up from the Marie Muchmore film showing President Kennedy being hit by a shot from the front, coming from the direction of the grassy knoll.|
The Mary Moorman Photograph
|Close-up of “Badgeman” from enhancement of the Mary Moorman photo. Note position of arms, prominent eyebrows, badge reflection, lack of a policeman’s hat and possible muzzle flash.|
A photograph, shown on the Merv Griffin show in 1966, shows Ruby standing in front of the depository less than 5 minutes after Kennedy was killed. According to official timelines, Oswald was still in the building at this point, slipping out a few minutes later.
|Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald in the basement of the Dallas Police headquarters. No one knows to this day how Ruby got into the basement with a loaded gun.|
|The "3 tramps."|
Notes: Gordon Arnold tells his story: