One of the three shots missed by approximately 50 yards, striking the curb of south Main Street fragmenting the curb, injuring bystander James Tague.
Another of the three shots was the fatal head shot.
All other damage must therefore be accounted for by the third shot, Warren Commission Exhibit #399, the “Single Bullet” or the “Magic Bullet.”
“The Single Bullet Theory – states one bullet struck Kennedy in the back, six inches below the collar, tore through his upper back, exited from his neck, one inch below the Adam’s Apple, traveling in an upward direction, stopped in mid-air, made a right turn, traveled 18 inches, stopped again, turned left and altered to a downward direction, entered Connally’s back near his right armpit, pierced his right lung collapsing it, severed a vein, artery and nerve, broke his fifth rib, destroying five inches of that bone, exited from the front of the governor’s right chest, re-entered the back of the governor’s right forearm, caused a comminuted fracture of the distal end of the radius, a very thick bone, partially severed a vein, artery, and nerve, exited from the front of the governor’s right wrist, re-entered the governor’s left thigh, went all the way down to the femur (the big bone in the thigh), bounced back, came out through the same small hole in the skin and fell into the governor’s clothing.
A few hours later on November 22, 1963, a maintenance man trying to get to the mens’ room, finding the corridor blocked by stretchers, fortuitously found the bullet in pristine condition on a stretcher,” that neither Kennedy nor Connally was ever on.1
“The bullet as found weighed 158.6 grains.2 In its pristine state it weighs no more than 161 grains.” More grains of metal were removed from Governor Connally’s wrist wound alone than could possibly have come from Warren Exhibit number 399, the magic bullet.”3