Oliver Stone hardest hit.
“I’d say a main thrust of it is to break the stranglehold that the Zapruder film has on our perception of what happened. In a sense, we’ve all been ‘Zaprudered,'” he said. “The film was so graphic, disturbing, mesmerizing, that it became more of our perspective on the assassination than even the perspective of the assassin, which should never have happened.”
Another startling claim of the NatGeo team is that the new digital upgrades allow the public to see, in the amateur footage taken that day by Robert Hughes, a shadowy figure moving about inside the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building — a figure believed to be Oswald.
“And our conclusion is that he fired three shots in about 11 seconds, which is almost double, you know, the six seconds in Dallas meme that most people know when they think about the assassination: six seconds, three shots in six seconds. We say three shots in 11 seconds, which is a much easier — for I’d say, someone of Oswald’s skill — effortless task,” Holland said.
Oswald was a good shot (he was a Marine), but his shots were far from being a superhuman effort for a single shooter as some had postulated over the years. The newest look with the latest technology just reinforces what all the other previous information has indicated.