By Greg Jaynes
According to the single bullet theory JFK must also be hit at
about this instant. At first glance this seems reasonable.
My question comes after viewing the location of the exit hole
on the front of John Connally's jacket.
This may or may not be the instant of a single bullet passing
through President Kennedy and Governor Connally but how
can a bullet exiting Connally's jacket at the point shown in the
photo below cause the lapel to flap?