Dr. Randolph Robertson, having been given special access by the Kennedy family, is the only non-government Board Certified Radiologist to have seen, studied and analyzed the primary materials of President Kennedy’s radiography and autopsy record sequestered at the National Archives. In September 1993 in Fort Worth Texas, at the meeting of the National Association of Medical Examiners Postmortem Radiography, he presented an analysis of the assassination records of President Kennedy. Two months later he testified before a House Subcommittee about the effectiveness of the President John F. Kennedy Records Collection Act of 1992 (JFK Act).
Now, after more than 20 years of research into the primary scientific and forensic findings of the Kennedy assassination, Dr. Robertson has produced the definitive multidimensional and unified scientific platform that has enabled mathematical synchronization of the visual record of the assassination, the Zapruder film, with the audio record of gunshot reports on the DictaBelt tape.
The data Dr. Robertson used to develop and produce the mathematical formulas that enabled such close synchronization began with the speed of sound and bullets; and next included the distances between various geographic elements within Dealey Plaza. Additional platform elements were developed from other primary materials gleaned from film and still photography produced on November 22, 1963, and the original autopsy materials from November 22nd and 23rd. Also included were materials from reports and papers about the physical and forensic evidence generated by the FBI Laboratory in the weeks that followed (including the properties of the Zapruder film), and the test results on various rifles and bullets made at the Army’s Edgewood Arsenal and the Atomic Energy Commission.
Key to this Study and the refinement of its calculations were data and results about the sound impulses on the DictaBelt acoustic tape derived from scientific findings, testimonies and technological reports by the teams of acoustic experts and consultants hired by the House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1978; and the ITEK Corporation reports in 1976.
To further expand the base of corroborative evidence for his study and further confirm the mathematical results of the synchronization, Dr. Robertson has used non-speculative testimonies by eyewitnesses that could, themselves, be cross-corroborated by film, still photograph, and acoustic records that were produced on November 22nd.