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Tue Dec 10, 2013, 03:43 PM

2. Mark Lane recently revisited the 5.6 seconds that the Secret Service had to react

The standard procedure in an open car would be to get on top of the President when the first shot is fired. Many people can run 50 yards in 5.6 seconds. These guys only needed to move about 4 feet. That first shot that misses everything was a very lucky break for JFK and one that should have saved him that day. How (much more) unbelievable would it have been for Jack Ruby to take 5.6 seconds and 3 or 4 shots to shoot Oswald, while everyone did nothing?

They talk about the lack of movement by the agents assigned to protecting JFK toward the end of this clip which deals mostly with the open racism directed at Bolden:

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