JACKIE GRABS JFK'S NECK AND PULLS IT DOWN !
Look at this close-up version from frame 322 to 342 (try looping it between these frames).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-cri43t ... re=related
She's evidently hauling JFK's head down into the car seat quite decisively. Don't know if that's a natural thing to do in such circumstances...
Ask yourself: Why did she do that? Of course, you might say : "She had the presence of mind to get JFK's head out of (more) harm's way". Yes, that could well be - but her reaction seems surprisingly decisive (as if rehearsed) and then...she climbs out on the back of the car? That is something that has always puzzled me: What if that was rehearsed too - to focus maximum attention on Jackie (and to ensure that JFK's head disappeared as soon as possible from view)? If I were the director of a staged film (to fake JFK's death) that would certainly be an option I would have considered.
This is the reason why I referred to the white rope/cord/tube which Jackie holds in her right hand.
move between 2.26 - 2.27.
It's difficult to see, but Jackie seems trying to 'tie' 2 parts of these white cords together.
I will try to make a decent GIF of this.
At Z326 something has slipped out of Jackie's right hand. It looks like a small white tube which rolls on the trunk towards the back of the limo.
My speculation is that this object was needed somehow to fix the headwound-device before JFK would 'slump'.
In a reflex
to get this essential thing back, Jackie jumps out of her seated position, in which she was supposed to continue after the 'headshot'.
Some no-Zapruder film related issues:
Why didn't anyone of those Kennedy-buffs in all these 46 years compare the bloodstain pattern on Jackie's seating position in the limo with
the bloodstain pattern on her legendary 'bloodstained suit'?
Her bottom and her upper-legs should have been much more 'bloodstained'.
And what about Ruby 'shooting' Lee Harvey Oswald?? <_< :unsure:
No gunsmoke, no weapon-recoil, no blood: Another crappy fakery.
Nellie Connally's 'Hollywood-blood' would have been very useful to make this scene look a bit less staged....