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The JFK Assassination Quiz

14 Aug

The JFK Assassination Quiz

Richard Charnin
August 14,2013
Updated: March 10,2015

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1. The rifle identified by four Dallas police officers on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository was a
a) Mannlicher-Carcano, b) 7.65 Mauser, c) Kalishnikov AK-47

2. Lee Harvey Oswald’s salary as an FBI informant was
a) $100/week, b) $200/month, c) he was not an informant

3. To believe the magic bullet theory, one must believe that
1) just 3 shots were fired, 2) one missed the motorcade, 3) one hit JFK in the back of the head, 4) a third entered his back 5 inches below his collar, 5) changed direction up, 6) exited his throat, 7) struck Gov. Connally (causing seven wounds), 8) emerged in pristine condition at Parkland Hospital on Connally’s stretcher.
This is a) impossible, b) implausible but possible, c) plausible

4. Autopsy photos showed a small entrance wound in the back of JFK’s head, but Parkland doctors observed a gaping exit wound. The doctors were
a) mistaken, b) telling the truth, c) inexperienced

5. Dr. Humes, in charge of the autopsy, burned his original notes.
This is a) understandable, b) suspicious, c) of no importance.

6. Humes probed JFK’s back wound. The bullet did not exit. This indicated a fourth bullet, invalidating the Single Bullet Theory. But it was ignored by the Warren Commission. This is
a) a cover-up, b) very suspicious, c) of no importance.

7. Dallas doctors found a bullet in Gov. Connally’s leg. It was ignored by the Warren Commission. This is
a) a cover-up, b) very suspicious, c) of no importance.

8. Warren Commission defender John McAdams insists JFK was assassinated by Oswald, a lone nut communist sympathizer who had a grudge. McAdams claims that conspiracy “buffs” are wrong to claim that it was because JFK was going to pull out of Vietnam, refused to invade Cuba, was going to “cast the CIA to the winds”, issued Federal Reserve notes, signed the Test Ban Treaty and was fighting Organized Crime.
a) McAdams has a point, conspiracy buffs are mistaken, b) McAdams is wrong, JFK’s policies were all instrumental motivation for his death.

9. Ruby shot Oswald because he
a) wanted to prevent Jackie Kennedy from the ordeal of a trial, b) was ordered to, c) wanted revenge for JFK.

10. The House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) claimed that an actuary’s 100,000 trillion to 1 odds against 18 material witnesses dying within three years of the assassination was invalid because the
a) witness universe was unknown, b) witness connections were unproven c) both, d) none.

11. There were 552 Warren Commission witnesses. The probability that at least 18 would die unnaturally (homicide, accident or suicide) in 1964-1978 is approximately
a) 1 in 2, b) 1 in 100, c) 1 in 10,000, d) 1 in 60 billion.

12. There were at least 67 deaths (46 unnatural) among approximately 1100 witnesses called to testify in four investigations from 1964-1978. The probability of at least 46 unnatural deaths is approximately
a) 1 in 1 million, b) 1 in 100 trillion, c) 1 in 1 trillion trillion trillion.

13. In claiming the actuary’s odds were invalid, the HSCA failed to consider
a) unnatural mortality rates, b) the actuary’s methodology, c) that WHY witnesses died was irrelevant (only HOW, WHEN and the NUMBER who died matters), d) all of these.

14. To calculate the probabilities of rare events, the applicable function is:
a) Binomial, c) Normal, c) Poisson

15. NY reporter Dorothy Kilgallen was found dead in Nov. 1965 from a drug overdose, just days before she was going to “bust the case wide open”. This was
a) just a coincidence, b) highly suspicious, c) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it).

16. Jack Ruby died of a rapid cancer in Jan. 1967, just 29 days after being injected for a cold and preparing for a new trial. This was
a) just a coincidence, b) highly suspicious, c) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it).

17. David Ferrie died in Feb. 1967 from a brain aneurysm, just after being named as a witness in the Clay Shaw trial. This was
a) just a coincidence, b) highly suspicious, c) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it).

18. Seven top FBI officials died within 6 months in 1977 (five from heart attacks, two accidental), just prior to their scheduled testimony at HSCA. This was
a) just a coincidence, b) highly suspicious, c) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it).

19. George de Morenschildt, Oswald’s friend and a CIA contact of George H.W. Bush, allegedly shot himself the day he was to be interviewed by the HSCA. This was
a) just a coincidence, b) highly suspicious, c) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it).

20. Mary Moorman’s polaroid photo of a shooter (“Badge Man”) firing from the Grassy Knoll taken within a split-second of the fatal head shot was declared authentic by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This evidence is
a) of no consequence (otherwise the media would have covered it), b) highly suspicious, c) proof of a conspiracy.

21, According to at least 10 witnesses, J.D. Tippit was shot no later than 1:06 pm. Oswald was spotted standing outside his apartment at 1:04, 0.9 miles away. The Warren Commission said he was killed at 1:16, but Tippit was pronounced dead at the hospital at 1:16. This indicates that
a) the 10 witnesses were mistaken,
b) Oswald ran a two-minute mile and shot Tippit,
c) The Warren Commission was determined to frame Oswald.

22. Of 59 Dealey Plaza witnesses who were interviewed, how many said the JFK limo came to a complete stop? a)12, b)27, c)33

23. Billy Lovelady and Wesley Frazier worked at the TSBD. Both testified at the Warren Commission. When asked to point out where Lovelady was standing in the Altgens6 photo, they each pointed an arrow to Doorman standing on the TOP entrance level (the first floor) of the TSBD. But they also testified that Lovelady was standing on the STEPS in front of Frazier. Which of the following is false?
a) both statements were truthful,
b) their testimony was contradictory; Lovelady could not be on the TOP level and also on the steps,
c) they lied when they pointed arrows to Doorman claiming he was Lovelady.

24) Over 90 Dealey Plaza witnesses claimed they heard shots, saw smoke or shooters in the vicinity of the Grassy Knoll. The probability that they would all be mistaken is
a) 0.50, b).01, c) 0.0

25) A telex sent to the FBI on Nov.1, 1963 warning of an assassination attempt in Chicago forced JFK to cancel the trip. The telex was signed “Lee”. There is evidence that Lee Oswald was an FBI informant. Therefore, it is a) unlikely, b) possible, c) likely that he sent the telex.

Answers:
1b 2b 3a 4b 5b 6a 7a 8b 9b 10c 11c 12c 13d 14c 15b 16b 17b 18b 19b 20c
21c 22c 23a 24c 25c

 
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2 responses to “The JFK Assassination Quiz

  1. rocamato27

    August 15, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    I believe 2 must be true to prove a conspiracy…

     
  2. b

    August 31, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    good stuff and the best yesterdays news

     

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