“For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither anything hid, that shall not be known and come to light.”- Luke 8:17
This is NOT the timeline you are familiar with.
Let’s dispense of the bullshit first, shall we?
Oswald didn’t do it.
There were more than three shots.
The limo driver nor the guy in the passenger seat shot JFK.
JFK’s autopsy at Bethesda Hospital, never happened.
Kennedy was shot four times, once in the back, once in the throat, twice in the head. To understand the headshot, you must know that both shots were from the from the front, fired almost simultaneously and both almost on the level.
JFK is not in his grave.
THE TIMELINE AS I HAVE COME TO BELIEVE
The 8F Group meets to give “The Big Event” the “green light”. 
11:35 Air Force Two lands in Dallas.
11:38 Air Force One lands in Dallas.
11:52 Motorcade leaves Love Field, Secret Service protection protocol changed.  13:42
12:30 CIA assassination team, ZR Rifle killed JFK.  Kennedy was shot four times, once in the back (behind the sign), once in the throat (see picture). Limo driver Agent Greer stomps on the brakes. JFK is shot twice in the head. To understand the headshots, you must know that both shots were from the from, fired almost simultaneously and both almost on the level. The team consisted of eight shooters, seven spotters and two control officers (one being the guy with the umbrella). Up to the headshots, all shots fired failed to kill the President. The control agent then opened his umbrella. This was a signal used in the CIA handbook for assassination that indicates “First volley ineffective, repeat.” It was also the signal for the two “fail safe” shooters in front of the limo (including one about 30 feet away). The shots were simultaneous because both shooters fired on the signal when “Umbrella Man” pumped the umbrella the second time.          
13:00 Kennedy pronounced dead at Parkland Hospital.
13:15 Officer Tippet murdered by G. Gordon Liddy. Tippet was to be executed with a shot to the back of the head to replicate the assassination. Tippet fights back and Haldeman shoot him in the face. Why Tippet? He was known in the Dallas PD as a dead ringer for JFK. His DPD nickname was “JFK”.   
13:26 Vice-president Johnson leaves Parkland Hospital.
13:33 Oswald leaves School Book Depository. 
13:50 Oswald arrested. 
14:05 Tippet is taken from Parkland Hospital. 
14:05 JFK is taken from Parkland Hospital. 
14:15 Tippet’s body is loaded into a shipping casket and taken aboard Air Force Two.  
14:15 JFK’s casket loaded on Air Force One.   
14:38 Johnson is sworn in as President.   
14:38 While everyone is in the front of Air Force watching the transfer of power (by Johnson’s request), JFK’s body is removed from the casket and placed in a shipping casket in Air Force Two parked to the right of Air Force One.  24:59  
14:47 Air Force Two leaves Love Field. Aboard is John Liggett. and the bodies of JFK and Officer Tippet. John Liggett tries to repair Tippet’s skull with mortician’s wax to represent a shot to the back of the head. He does the best he can but knows it’s a bad job. When he returns home, he takes his wife and daughter out of town and doesn’t come back until Oswald is shot. Later he becomes a millionaire and gambler. His wife divorces him.  
16:45 Gawler’s receives phone alerting them they have been chosen to provide funeral services for JFK. Click this to see it.
17:58 Air Force Two arrives at Andrews AFB.
18:05 Air Force One lands at Andrews AFB. Parks to the left of Air Force Two.  2:51:51 
17:02 Grey ambulance leaves Andrews AFB with the bronze casket. So, does the Honor Guard. Several grey ambulances were also seen leave Andrews AFB. The Honor Guard, chased a grey ambulance but lost it. A story is released that the multiple ambulances were intended to fool the press. One of those ambulances contains the shipping casket with Tippet inside. 
18:13 President Johnson starts his first public speech as President of the United States of America. Like in Dallas, he invites everyone on board to join him. Instead, the Kennedy people, bum rush out of the back with the coffin. This prevents replacement of JFK’s body back into the bronze casket. Johnson is noticeably pissed while giving his speech. The shipping container with JFK’s body is placed in “Army 01”.  17:32
18:19 LBJ leaves for the White House in Army One.  2:51:51
18:26 Army One arrives at White House, LBJ and party get out. Army One (with JFK aboard) leaves immediately.  2:51:51
18:30 Army One arrives at Bethesda Officers Club parking lot. Shipping casket is placed into a Gawler’s Funeral Home hearse (Black, one each).  17:32  18:23
18:35 Shipping container arrives in black hearse at morgue loading dock, Bethesda Navy Hospital. It was removed by a Naval working party assembled by Chief Warrant Officer Dennis David (USMC), on the dock to move the JFK’s body. They placed it in the morgue “chill room”. 
1845: JFK’s body is removed from the shipping casket and photographed and x-rayed. These pictures can be identified by a fresh towel under his head and his head in a brace obscuring the back of the head.
18:55 Mister David witnessed the presidential motorcade arrive at the front of Bethesda Navy Hospital (BNH). All the Kennedy people go inside. The ambulance driver, William Greer, who also had driven the JFK motorcade limo in Dallas, sits for twelve minutes. Two FBI agents (Francis X. O’Neill and James “Jim” Sibert) showed him where the morgue loading dock is.
19:17 JFK’s casket is taken into Bethesda Navy Hospital and JFK is removed by O’Neill and Sibert and placed in an autopsy room. They put the casket in the morgue anteroom. The Secret Service tells them to leave. JFK’s body is now placed in the bronze casket and put back into the grey ambulance driven by Greer. 
19:17 Autopsy begins. The body of JD Tippet is removed from a shipping container and then removed from a body bag. Witnesses including Dr. Boswell and John O’Conner see Dr. Humes perform a partial craniectomy to remove what’s left of Tippet’s brain. This procedure conveniently produced a large “exit wound” consistent with a shot from the rear. Pictures and x-rays are taken of Tippet’s body including a fresh towel and a head brace. These will be recorded as pictures of JFK prior to the “Official Autopsy”.[2.1] 
19:45 The Honor Guard arrives at BNH and finds the grey ambulance parked in the morgue loading docked, Greer behind the wheel. The Honor Guard then escorts the ambulance to the front of the hospital.
20:00 Honor Guard escorts JFK’s casket into the Bethesda Naval Hospital. Casket was opened, witnesses saw JFK’s body wrapped in white sheets. FBI agents O’Neil, Sibert and Kellerman witnessed the opening and then took the casket to an autopsy room placed JFK’s body on the examining table and then took the empty casket to the morgue ante room, again. At this time photos of JFK’s true head wounds were photographed and x-rayed. The bronze casket is left in the anteroom, empty.
20:00 “Official Autopsy” begins. FBI agents O’Neil, Kellerman, Secret Service agents and many more are admitted into the morgue to watch “autopsy”. There were gasps from the audience. Medical professionals present could not believe that one bullet did all the damage to Tippit’s skull. Humes announced that he had found evidence that the skull had been surgically altered, either to explain his surgery or when he discovered other alterations made by John Liggett 
23:00 Gawler’s Funeral Home receives Tippet’s body inside bronze casket and prepares body for funeral.
0400 Casket removed by Honor Guard from Gawler’s Funeral Home.
04:00 Honor Guard escorts the bronze casket into the East Room of the White House.
04:05 Jackie asks for a Last Look of the President. The casket is opened. She says, “It isn’t Jack. That looks like something you would find at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum,” Those were the last words she ever spoke of the assassination. Robert Kennedy said, “It doesn’t look anything like him”. 
ACCESSORIES BEFORE THE FACT  26:50  
THE 8F GROUP (Room 8F at the La Jolla Hotel)
(in no order and not complete)
Clinton Williams “Clint” Murchison Sr., E. Howard Hunt , Frank Sturgis, Richard M. Nixon, Prescott Bush, D. Harold Byrd, William Averill Harriman, Lee Harvey Oswald , Allen Dulles, John Connely, George H.W. Bush,William Casey, Carlo Gambino, Charles Harrelson, Rafael Cruz, Lyndon Baines Johnson , Sam Giancana, J. Edgar Hoover, Clyde Tolson , Cliff Carter, Joseph Yarborough, John Connelly, Earle Cabell, Joseph Sevilla, John McCloy, Carlos Marcello, Malcolm Wallace, David Ferrie ,
 Horne, David P., (2009) “Inside the Assassination Record Review Board”, V volumes.
 Horne, David P., “JFK – The Absolute Proof of Inside Job”.
[2.1] Horne, David P, JFK – The Medical Cover Up, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWpmN7ZEaRA
 World Crisis News, (2013), “Dark Legacy: George Bush and The Murder of John Kennedy”,
 JFK TRUTH – The Mob CIA and the 8 paid ASSASSINS
 BBC, The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 2 The Forces of Darkness, MWKK,
 Harrelson, Charles, Hitman Charles Harrelson on the assassination of JFK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpVlqh14WHY
 Woody Harrelson, Woody Harrelson confesses his dad (Charles Harrelson) was a CIA trained killer
 Michael Brownlow, JFK assassination witness tells his story
 Michael Brownlow, (2015) JFK Assassination by Michael Brownlow, JFK & Tippit Deaths Explained, PT.1of2
 Bobby Nolan, JFK Assassination ~ Officer Bobby Nolan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fN9jIAiGNYg
 Cryptonym: ZRRIFLE , Mary Ferrell Foundation,
. Jim Marrs & St. John Hunt, (2013), E. Howard Hunt Deathbed Confession JFK Assassination,
 Bob McCllennan, (2003), How LBJ Killed JFK: Money, Attorneys, and the Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theory (2003)
 Bob McCllennan, (2011), Blood, Money, & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK, paperback,
 Gordon Arnold, Photo & 1st hand witness of grassy knoll JFK assassin 1 of 2, MWKK,
 Ed Hoffmann, Photo & 1st hand witness of grassy knoll JFK assassin, The Men Who Killed Kennedy,
 MrChrillemannen, Captain Westbrook, officer Tippit and Oswald’s double.,
 jfkresearch.com, (2011), The Ultimate JFK Secret: Who is REALLY Buried in Arlington?
 luckypuppy.net (2017), The JFK Assassination- The Dead Witnesses,
 John O’Conner, JFK: Kennedy’s Brain (Paul O’Connor)
 Wikipedia, Timeline of the John F. Kennedy Assassination, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_John_F._Kennedy_assassination
 Esquire Magazine, (2013), The Flight from Dallas,
 The gathering at Clint Murchison’s : Madeleine D. Brown‘s story