Peter Dale Scott and Police Chief Curry in 1978 - Curry admits shots
Video from Vince Palamara on YouTube
This forensic re-enactment of the assassination of President Kennedy
was conducted by the Warren Commission in Dealey Plaza on May 24,
1964. The re-enactment was first filmed from the position of the
Zapruder film, then from the position of the Nix film, then from
the position of the Muchmore film.
Alyea film of 6th floor of Texas
School Book Depository
jkasknot.wav - "And
so, my fellow Americans - ask not what your country
can do for you - ask what you can do for your country".
jkshalbr.wav - "Let
every nation know - whether it wishes us well or
ill - that we shall pay any price, bear any burden,
meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any
foe, to assure the survival and success of Liberty".
John F. Kennedy
jkjimcrw.wav - Kennedy's
announcement of legislation he introduced to Congress
designed to end "Jim Crow" laws.
jfkgomon.wav - "We
choose to go to The Moon in this decade, and do the
other things not because they are easy, but because
they are hard".
jkblopr1.wav - President
Kennedy makes a humorous gaff during a speech in Houston mere
hours before his assassination.
jkjaqi01.wav - Kennedy
jokes about his wife's popularity at the Dallas Chamber of
Commerce banquet the morning of his assassination.
jkcchat.wav - Texas Chamber
of Commerce President Raymond Buck presents President Kennedy
with a hat at a banquet the morning of the assassination.
jkcurry1.wav - Dallas
Police Chief Curry speaks at an 11/18/63 news conference on
measures that will be taken to protect the President in preparation
for his arrival in Dallas.
From the same news conference as above, Police Chief Curry
continues to his department's preparations and makes an appeal
to the general public to be on the lookout for anything suspicious.
jkmotr01.wav - News
coverage of the Presidential motorcade through the streets
of Dallas just prior to arrival at Dealey Plaza
Reactions After the Assassination
of JFK and Wounding of Gov. Connally
WFAA TV Dallas breaks in to their regularly scheduled broadcast
to report the shooting of President Kennedy.
jkprkl01.wav - KLIF
TV reporter Roy Nichols covers the vigil outside Parkland Hospital
moments prior to the announcement of the death of the President.
jkdeath1.wav - WFAA
TV Dallas first reports the death of President Kennedy via
telephone from Parkland Memorial Hospital.
jkwfaaaz.wav - WFAA
TV Dallas introduces and interviews at their studios Abraham
Zapruder, who filmed the famous "Zapruder" assassination
film, during his first public comments on the murder on the
day of the assassination.
WFAA TV cites sources in Washington DC in reporting the death
of President Kennedy.
WFAA reports that a Secret Service agent and a Dallas policeman
were just shot and killed close by to where the President was
shot. The policeman was Tippet - the report of the murder of
the agent was apparently in error.
jkabcnyc.wav - ABC Network
Reporter Jules Bergman reports from Times Square on the public
reaction in New York City to the President's death the day
of the assassination.
jkasreac.wav - The then
US Ambassador to the UN Adlai Stevenson makes a moving tribute
about the President the day of the assassination to news reporters.
jkbgreac.wav - Barry
Goldwater's reaction to the assassination.
jkdereac.wav - Former
President Eisenhower makes a public statement in grievance
of the death of President Kennedy.
jkhtreac.wav - Former
President Truman reacts to the President's death to reporters.