So what did they learn in their research? Luke Haag said it's "easily" demonstrable that one bullet can go through two people "if you understand how this particular unusual bullet behaves and what does after it leaves Kennedy's body."
The 6.5 millimeter Carcano bullet made by Olin Winchester is "extremely stable," Luke Haag said. "People didn't understand then and don't understand now. It will go through a lot of material, and then when it comes out it starts tumbling ... and that's how it hit Connally."
Luke Haag explained, "It's like a badly thrown football. It normally flies true and straight. When this bullet emerged from Kennedy -- or any ballistic medium ... it's now yawing and tumbling. The entry wound in Connally is very important because it's the consequence of a yawed bullet, so it had to
As for the rifle itself, Luke Haag said the firearm has been disparaged as dangerous and inaccurate. "It's not," he said. "If the bore in the rifle is good, it's a good shooter and it was a good shooter, unfortunately for President Kennedy."
Turning to the ongoing skepticism surrounding Kennedy's assassination, Luke Haag said, "We want to think there's more to it than a loner loser deranged Marxist who hated his country and took an opportunity. There's got be more to it than that. (Vincent) Bugliosi has a wonderful statement, 'A peasant