The Ultimate Skepticus
- Jun 27, 2015
Brains reconstruct events that consist of sights and sounds post hoc, so although the witness might think they heard something simultaneously with some seen event they can easily be incorrect.I have absolutely no doubt this is the case. But I'm interested in the fact that Connally's take on events - he heard the first shot that hit JFK, turned, was shot himself, then heard the final shot - is overlooked these days. What is the explanation debunking his first-hand testimony?