Digital Signal Processing

   

Was the J. F. Kennedy Assassination a Conspiracy?

Authors: Jorma Jormakka

In the year 2001 Donald B. Thomas published in the journal Science&Justice an article where the acoustic evidence in the J. F. Kennedy assassination case was re-evaluated. Two later articles rebutted the claims of Thomas. In this article it is shown that while the synchronization points used by Thomas are not confirmed by the present study, the main conclusion of Thomas is correct: the earlier synchronization was invalid. The article shows that signals that were claimed to be crosstalk have apparently been manipulated by signal processing methods.

Comments: 10 Pages. Typos corrected.

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[v1] 2017-12-07 04:11:06
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