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Oswald; telekinesis

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Submitted by Ferreen MacIntyre (France), Nov 22, 2013 at 10:56

Most bullets fly linear paths, at most piece-wise linear if they ricochet. Oswald, uniquely as far as I know, persuaded his bullet to take a tortuous curved path. But was this ability sufficiently alarming to warrant sequestration of the Warren Report? Surely there is strong enough popular belief in telekinesis to make this an acceptable commonplace phenomenon that doesn't need to be hidden away? There must have been something else to hide. Any idea what?

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