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... It considers invalid the criticism of the WA report on the basis of the high value of the binary correlation coefficient found by the FBI for a match between the supposed grassy knoll shot and one of the recorded gunshots in the unrelated later shootings at Greensboro, North Carolina. Although the FBI obtained a high value of the correlation coefficient, that value was not nearly so significant as the one obtained by WA, which involved many more "time windows" (90 windows were used although this number was erroneously reported as 45 on page 76 of the BRSW report)

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