JFK's jacket dropped in Dealey Plaza?

The clothing evidence in the John F. Kennedy murder case has been consistently mis-represented
by defenders of the "Official" version of the assassination, who claim that only three shots were
fired at JFK on November 22, 1963.  One shot had to strike JFK at the back base of his neck
for this story to hold water.

Was JFK shot in the neck, as per the "Official" scenario?

The holes in JFK's clothes are 2 to 3 inches below the base of his neck.

See jacket here.

Any wound lower than the base of the neck renders the "Official" scenario an impossibility.

Observe the position of JFK's jacket in the following images taken during the last two minutes of his life.

image 1

Main St., Dallas.  2 minutes before the shooting.  JFK's head was turned
to the right and he waved his right arm. No visible shirt collar.


image 2

Main St., 90 seconds before the shooting.  JFK's jacket rode up over
the top of his shirt collar.



image 3

Corner of Houston St and Main St., less than 60 seconds before the shooting.  No visible shirt collar.



image 4

Houston St. No visible shirt collar.



image 5

Houston St.  No visible shirt collar.



image 6

Houston St. -- Visible shirt collar.


image 7

Houston St. -- Visible shirt collar.



image 8

Corner of Houston St. & Elm St. -- Visible shirt collar.


image 9

Elm St. -- Visible shirt collar.


image 10

Elm St. -- Visible shirt collar.


image 11

Elm St. at Z161 -- Visible shirt collar.


image 12

Elm St. at Z186, immediately before the shooting -- JFK's head was turned to the right
and he waved his right arm, a posture similar to image 1.  Visible shirt collar.


image 13

JFK in Fort Worth that morning -- Visible shirt collar and small folds in his jacket, similar to
image 12 which was taken right before the shooting.



JFK's jacket dropped in Dealey Plaza.