One of the bullets fired at the president’s limousine hit not only Kennedy but Gov. John B. Connally Jr. of Texas, who was riding with him, in multiple places.
What it comes down to is a copper-jacketed 6.5-millimeter projectile. The Warren Commission decided that one of the bullets fired that day struck the president from behind, exited from the front of his throat and continued on to hit Mr. Connally, somehow managing to injure his back, chest, wrist and thigh.
It seemed incredible that a single bullet could do all that, so skeptics called it the magic bullet theory.
New York Times 9 September 2023
Siktade Lee Harvey Oswald inte på JFK utan på John Conally?