Dear Editor,


      The reader is obviously unaware of Dale Myers’ “state-of-the-art” computer simulation of the events in Dealey Plaza, which was featured in the November 2003 ABC Special on the 40th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. Myers spent 10 years developing his program, and his work is supported by just about every leading forensic scientist and ballistics expert.

      Further work on the subject has been done by a panel of experts, led by top forensic scientist Dr Vincent Dimaio, in the mid-1990s, using laser-weapon technology. The results were virtually identical to Myers’ work. I have examined the limousine, which is housed in Greenfield Ford Car Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. In 1989 I discovered that the plans of the limousine used by conspiracy theorists were wrong. Connally had been seated 6 inches in from JFK, thus aligning him with the path of the so-called “magic bullet.” The single bullet theory is not actually a theory; it has now been established as “fact” by the National Academy of Sciences and leading forensic experts in the United States. Please refer to p 72 of “The JFK Assassination: Dispelling The Myths.”

      As to the reader’s comments about Earl Warren and the sinister interpretation of his remarks that the truth would not be revealed in “our generation”—Warren had been referring to Oswald’s stay in the Soviet Union and the information gleaned through intelligence agencies and intelligence operatives (electronic and human) about the activities of Soviet leaders in the weeks after JFK’s death. These intelligence sources convinced the U.S. intelligence community the Soviet Union had not been involved in the assassination. Earl Warren likely knew about the CIA plots to overthrow/murder Castro. Warren also knew about Soviet defector Yuri Nosenko, who had had access to the KGB’s “Oswald file.”


Yours sincerely,

Mel Ayton