John F. Kennedy Autopsy

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When John F. Kennedy was shot on 22nd November, 1963, he was taken to Parkland Hospital and was treated by Dr. Malcolm Perry. He performed a tracheotomy over the small wound in Kennedy's throat, therefore inadvertently destroying crucial evidence concerning the direction of the bullet that hit the president. At the press conference that followed the death of Kennedy, Perry stated that he thought the throat hole looked like an entrance wound.

Charles Crenshaw also treated Kennedy at Parkland Hospital. He later stated: "Two wounds were visible. There was a small, round opening in the front of the midline of the throat. This became the site of Dr. Malcolm Perry's tracheostomy incision. In the occipito-parietal region at the right rear of the head, there was an avulsive wound nearly as large as a fist.... I considered the throat wound to be an entrance wound and the large head wound to be an exit wound. Along with many of my Parkland colleagues, I believed at the time that President Kennedy had been hit twice from the front."

An autopsy on the body of Kennedy was performed during the evening of 22nd November, 1963, at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland. This involved Commander Joseph Humes, Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Finck, and Commander James Boswell. When interviewed by the Warren Commission Humes insisted "that the bullet penetrated the rear of the President's head and exited through a large wound on the right side of his head." His testimony gave support to the report's infamous single-bullet theory.

Dr. Malcolm Perry was also interviewed by the Warren Commission. He admitted that he had changed his mind and now thought that a "full jacketed bullet without deformation passing through the skin would leave a similar wound for an exit and entrance wound and with the facts which you have made available and with these assumptions, I believe that it was an exit wound."

As Lee Harvey Oswald could not fire his bolt-action rifle fast enough to wound John F. Kennedy and John Connally with separate shots, the Warren Commission argued that a single bullet hit Kennedy in the back of the neck and exited from the throat just below the Adam's apple. The same bullet entered Connally's back, exited from his chest, went completely through his right wrist, and lodged in his left thigh.

The House Select Committee on Assassinations set up a panel of forensic pathologists to examine the autopsy materials and other medical evidence. Most of the members concluded that two bullets, both fired from the rear, struck Kennedy. However, one member, Cyril H. Wecht, rejected this theory claiming it was medically impossible, and suggested that at least one bullet had been fired from the right front.

During the investigation the committee discovered that the Dallas Police had a recording of the assassination. A microphone, mounted on one of the motorcycles escorting the motorcade, had picked up sounds in Dealey Plaza at the time of the assassination. Acoustic experts analysed the recording and were able to distinguish four rifle shots. They concluded that there was a 95 per cent probability of the third bullet was fired from the Grassy Knoll. As a result of this acoustic evidence G. Robert Blakey was able to state that there were "four shots, over a total period of 7.91 seconds were fired at the Presidential limousine. The first, second and fourth came from the Depository; the third from the Grassy Knoll."

The House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that "scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F. Kennedy." It added that on the basis of the evidence available to it, that President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy."

In the book, Assassination Science, Robert B. Livingston, one of the world's leading experts on the brain, has argued that "something must have burst into the posterior fossa with sufficient force to uproot the cerebellum and blow a substantial hole through the heavy, covering, well-anchored, tentorium, which separates cerebellum from the main chamber of the skull". This has given support to those who believe that Kennedy was hit by a dum-dum bullet from the front.

(F2) Tom Wicker, New York Times (23rd November, 1963)

Mr. Kilduff indicated that the President had been shot once. Later medical reports raised the possibility that there had been two wounds. But the death was caused, as far as could be learned, by a massive wound in the brain.

Later in the afternoon, Dr. Malcolm Perry, an attending surgeon, and Dr. Kemp Clark, chief of neurosurgery at Parkland Hospital, gave more details.

Mr. Kennedy was hit by a bullet in the throat, just below the Adam's apple, they said. This wound had the appearance of a bullet's entry.

Mr. Kennedy also had a massive, gaping wound in the back and one on the right side of the head. However, the doctors said it was impossible to determine immediately whether the wounds had been caused by one bullet or two.

What does Dr. Malcolm Perry account tell us about the position of the gunman that fired at President John F. Kennedy?

(F3) J. Edgar Hoover made a telephone call to President Lyndon B. Johnson on 29th November, 1963.

Lyndon Johnson: How many shots were fired? Three?

J. Edgar Hoover: Three.

Lyndon Johnson: Any of them fired at me?

J. Edgar Hoover: No.

Lyndon Johnson: All three at the President?

J. Edgar Hoover: All three at the President and we have them. Two of the shots fired at the President were splintered but they had characteristics on them so that our ballistics expert was able to prove that they were fired by this gun... The President - he was hit by the first and third. The second shot hit the Governor. The third shot is a complete bullet and that rolled out of the President's head. It tore a large part of the President's head off and, in trying to massage his heart at the

hospital on the way to the hospital, they apparently loosened that and it fell off onto the stretcher. And we recovered that... And we have the gun here also.

Lyndon Johnson: Were they aiming at the President?

J. Edgar Hoover: They were aiming directly at the President. There is no question about that. This telescopic lens, which I've looked through - it brings a person as close to you as if they were sitting right beside you.

According to this telephone conversation, how many gunmen were involved in the assassination of President Kennedy?

(F4) Michael Kurtz, Crime of the Century (1982)

About four o'clock Saturday morning, Doctor James Humes felt relieved as the hearse bearing John Kennedy's embalmed body and reconstructed head departed from Bethesda Naval Hospital. It had been a grueling night for Commander Humes, made all the more demanding on his professional skills by the prestigious nature of his autopsy victim and by all the high-ranking military and naval brass present to witness and supervise his work. Now that it was all over, Humes could relax. He had just one minor detail to complete before he could go home. He telephoned Dr. Malcolm Perry in Dallas, since Dr. Perry had been the surgeon in charge of President Kennedy's emergency treatment at Parkland Hospital.

Dr. Perry's revelation that the president had a bullet hole in his throat must have astounded Dr. Humes. At the autopsy, the three pathologists observed only the large tracheotomy incision in the neck. The reason was simple. Dr. Perry had sliced right through the bullet hole as he made the tracheotomy. Thus, no bullet hole was visible by the time the autopsy began. But now, James Humes faced a serious dilemma. He and his colleagues had failed to include one of Kennedy's wounds in their autopsy findings. Perry's description of the wound as very small and round sounded like the description of an entrance wound. But with no exit wounds anywhere in the body and no bullets found still in the body, Humes was puzzled. It appeared that both the bullet that entered the president's back and the one that entered his throat had not exited, yet had somehow disappeared.

After thinking about this, Dr. Humes telephoned Dr. Perry again to obtain a more precise description of the throat wound. During their conversation, Humes had a sudden inspiration and shouted, "so that's it!" He went home, attended a school function with his son, and slept for several hours. Then he took his original autopsy notes, stained with John Kennedy's blood, and burned them in his fireplace. Then he drew up a new autopsy protocol based on the new information he had gleaned from Dr. Perry The new report stated that a bullet had entered Kennedy's neck and exited from his throat. Even though there was only slight medical evidence to confirm this, Dr. Humes concluded that it provided the only reasonable explanation for the wounds in Kennedy's body.

Why did Doctor James Humes destroy his original autopsy notes?

(F5) The Warren Report: Part 2, CBS Television (26th June, 1967)

Walter Cronkite: The most persuasive critic of the single-bullet theory is the man who might be expected to know best, the victim himself, Texas Governor John Connally. Although he accepts the Warren Report's conclusion, that Oswald did all the shooting, he has never believed that the first bullet could have hit both the President and himself.

John Connally: The only way that I could ever reconcile my memory of what happened and what occurred, with respect to the one bullet theory, is that it had to be the second bullet that might have hit us both.

Eddie Barker: Do you believe, Governor Connally, that the first bullet could have missed, the second one hit both of you, and the third one hit President Kennedy?

John Connally: That's possible. That's possible. Now, the best witness I know doesn't believe that.

Eddie Barker: Who is the best witness you know?

John Connally: Nellie (Connally) was there, and she saw it. She believes the first bullet hit him, because she saw him after he was hit. She thinks the second bullet hit me, and the third bullet hit him.

Nellie Connally: The first sound, the first shot, I heard, and turned and looked right into the President's face. He was clutching his throat, and just slumped down. He Just had a - a look of nothingness on his face. He didn't say anything. But that was the first shot.

The second shot, that hit John - well, of course, I could see him covered with - with blood, and his - his reaction to a second shot. The third shot, even though I didn't see the President, I felt the matter all over me, and I could see it all over the car.

So I'll just have to say that I think there were three shots, and that I had a reaction to three shots. And - that's just what I

believe.

John Connally: Beyond any question, and I'll never change my opinion, the first bullet did not hit me. The second bullet did hit me. The third bullet did not hit me.

Now, so far as I'm concerned, all I can say with any finality is that if there is - if the single-bullet theory is correct, then it had to be the second bullet that hit President Kennedy and me.

What does Nellie Connally have to say about the three bullets that were fired at the presidential limousine?

(F6) The Houston Chronicle (15th November, 1998)

Nellie Connally, the last surviving passenger of the car in which President Kennedy was assassinated, is reasserting her belief that the Warren Commission was wrong about one bullet striking both JFK and her husband, former Governor John Connally.

"I will fight anybody that argues with me about those three shots," she told Newsweek magazine in its Nov. 23 issue. "I do know what happened in that car. Fight me if you want to."

The Warren Commission concluded in 1964 that one bullet passed through Kennedy's body and wounded Connally, and that a second bullet struck Kennedy's head, killing him. It concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman.

The Connallys maintained that two bullets struck the president in Dealey Plaza 35 years ago and a third hit the governor. John Connally died in 1993 at age 75.

The Warren Commission concluded there also was a bullet that missed the car entirely. Some conspiracy theorists argue that if three bullets struck the men, as the Connallys insisted, and a fourth missed, then there must have been a second gunman because no one person could have fired four rounds from Oswald's bolt-action rifle so quickly.

Why does Nellie Connally's evidence provide problems for those who believe the lone gunman theory?

(F7) Autopsy of Body of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was produced by two Secret Service agents, Francis X. O’Neill and James W. Sibert on 26 November 1963.

Upon completion of X-Rays and photographs, the first incision was made at 8:15 p.m. X-Rays of the brain area which were developed and returned to the autopsy room disclosed a path of a missile which appeared to enter the back of the skull and the path of disintegrated fragments could be observed along the right side of the skull. The largest section of this missile as portrayed by X-Ray appeared to be behind the right frontal sinus. The next largest fragment appeared to be at the rear of the skull at the juncture of the skull bone.

The Chief Pathologist advised approximately 40 particles of disintegrated bullet and smudges indicated that the projectile had fragmentized while passing through the skull region.

During the autopsy inspection of the area of the brain, two fragments of metal were removed by Dr. Humes, namely, one fragment measuring 7 x 2 millimeters, which was removed from the right side of the brain. An additional fragment of metal measuring 1 x 3 millimeters was also removed from this area, both of which were placed in a glass jar containing a black metal top which were thereafter marked for identification and following the signing of a proper receipt were transported by Bureau agents to the FBI Laboratory.

During the latter stages of this autopsy, Dr. Humes located an opening which appeared to be a bullet hole which was below the shoulders and two inches to the right of the middle line of the spinal column.

This opening was probed by Dr. Humes with the finger, at which time it was determined that the trajectory of the missile entering at this point had entered at a downward position of 45 to 60 degrees. Further probing determined that the distance traveled by this missile was a short distance inasmuch as the end of the opening could be felt with the finger.

Inasmuch as no complete bullet of any size could be located in the brain area and likewise no bullet could be located in the back or any other area of the body as determined by total body X-Rays and inspection revealing there was no point of exit, the individuals performing the autopsy were at a loss to explain why they could find no bullets.

A call was made by Bureau agents to the Firearms Section of the FBI Laboratory, at which time SA Charles L. Killion advised that the Laboratory had received through Secret Service Agent Richard Johnson a bullet which had reportedly been found on a stretcher in the emergency room of Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas. This stretcher had also contained a stethoscope and pair of rubber gloves. Agent Johnson had advised the Laboratory that it had not been ascertained whether or not this was the stretcher which had been used to transport the body of President Kennedy. Agent Killion further described this bullet as pertaining to a 6.5 millimeter rifle which would be approximately a 25 caliber rifle and that this bullet consisted of a copper alloy full jacket.

Immediately following receipt of this information, this was made available to Dr. Humes who advised that in his opinion this accounted for no bullet being located which had entered the back region and that since external cardiac massage had been performed at Parkland Hospital, it was entirely possible that through such movement the bullet had worked its way back out of the point of entry and had fallen on the stretcher.

Also during the latter stages of the autopsy, a piece of the skull measuring 10 x 6.5 centimeters was brought to Dr. Humes who was instructed that this had been removed from the President’s skull. Immediately this section of skull was X-Rayed, at which time it was determined by Dr. Humes that one corner of this section revealed minute metal particles and inspection of this same area disclosed a chipping of the top portion of this piece, both of which indicated that this had been the point of exit of the bullet entering the skull region.

On the basis of the latter two developments, Dr. Humes stated that the pattern was clear that the one bullet had entered the President’s back and had worked its way out of the body during external cardiac massage and that a second high velocity bullet had entered the rear of the skull and had fragmentized prior to exit through the top of the skull. He further pointed out that X-Rays had disclosed numerous fractures in the cranial area which he attributed to the force generated by the impact of the bullet in its passage through the brain area. He attributed the death of the President to a gunshot wound in the head.

Why does this report suggest that President Kennedy was hit by bullets from two different weapons?

(F8) Warren Commission Report (1964)

Colonel Finck testified: "President Kennedy was, in my opinion, shot from the rear. The bullet entered in the back of the head and went out on the right side of his skull. He was shot from above and behind." Commander James J. Humes, senior pathologist and director of laboratories at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, who acted as chief autopsy surgeon, concurred in Colonel Finck's analysis. He compared the beveling or coning effect to that caused by a shot which strikes a pane of glass, causing a round or oval defect on the side of the glass where the missile strikes and a belled-out or coned-out surface on the opposite side of the glass. Referring to the bullet hole on the back of President Kennedy's head. Commander Humes testified: "The wound on the inner table, however, was larger and had what in the field of wound ballistics is described as a shelving or coning effect."After studying the other hole in the President's skull, Commander Humes stated: "we concluded that the large defect to the upper right side of the skull, in fact, would represent a wound of exit." Those characteristics led Commander Humes and Commander J. Thomton Boswell, chief of pathology at Bethesda Naval Hospital, who assisted in the autopsy, to conclude that the bullet penetrated the rear of the President's head and exited through a large wound on the right side of his head.

According to the testimony of Commander Joseph Humes, Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Finck, and Commander James Boswell, was President Kennedy shot from in front or behind?

(F9) Malcolm Perry, interviewed by Arlen Specter for the Warren Commission (1964)

Arlen Specter: Will you continue, then, Dr. Perry, as to what you observed of his condition?

Malcolm Perry: Yes, there was blood noted on the carriage and a large avulsive wound on the right posterior cranium.

I cannot state the size, I did not examine it at all. I just noted the presence of lacerated brain tissue. In the lower part of the neck below the Adams apple was a small, roughly circular wound of perhaps 5 mm. in diameter from which blood was exuding slowly. I did not see any other wounds. I examined the chest briefly, and from the anterior portion did not see any thing. I pushed up the brace on the left side very briefly to feel for his femoral pulse, but did not obtain any. I did no further examination because it was obvious that if any treatment were to be carried out with any success a secure effective airway must be obtained immediately. I asked Dr. Carrico if the wound on the neck was actually a wound or had he begun a tracheotomy and he replied in the negative, that it was a wound, and at that point... I asked someone to secure a tracheotomy tray but there was one already there. Apparently Dr. Carrico had already asked them to set up the tray...

Arlen Specter: Why did you elect to make the tracheotomy incision through the wound in the neck, Dr. Perry?

Malcolm Perry: The area of the wound, as pointed out to you in the lower third of the neck anteriorly is customarily the spot one would electively perform the tracheotomy. This is one of the safest and easiest spots to reach the trachea. In addition the presence of the wound indicated to me there was possibly an underlaying wound to the neck muscles in the neck, the carotid artery or the jugular vein. If you are going to control these it is necessary that the incision be as low, that is toward the heart or lungs as the wound if you are going to obtain adequate control. Therefore, for expediency's sake I went directly to that level to obtain control of the airway.

Why did the tracheotomy operation performed by Dr. Perry on President Kennedy create confusion for those responsible for the autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital?

(F10) Robert Livingston, letter to David Lifton (2nd May, 1992)

Inasmuch as I was Scientific Director of two of the institutes at the NIH - and both institutes were pertinent to the matter of the President's assassination and brain injury - the Navy Hospital operator and the Officer on Duty put me through to speak directly with Dr Humes who was waiting to perform the autopsy. After introductions, we began a pleasant conversation. He told me that he had not heard much about the reporting from Dallas and from the Parkland Hospital. I told him that the reason for my making such an importuning call was to stress that the Parkland Hospital physicians' examination of President Kennedy revealed what they reported to be a small wound in the neck, closely adjacent to and to the right of the trachea. I explained that I had knowledge from the literature on high-velocity wound ballistics research, in addition to considerable personal combat experience examining and repairing bullet and shrapnel wounds. I was confident that a small wound of that sort had to be a wound of entrance and that if it were a wound of exit, it would almost certainly be widely blown out, with cruciate or otherwise wide, tearing outward ruptures of the underlying tissues and skin.

I stressed to Dr. Humes how important it was that the autopsy pathologists carefully examine the President's neck to characterize that particular wound and to distinguish it from the neighbouring tracheotomy wound.

I went on to presume, further, that the neck wound would probably not have anything to do with the main cause of death-massive, disruptive, brain injury - because of the angle of bullet trajectory and the generally upright position of the President's body, sitting up in the limousine. Yet, I said, carefully, if that wound were confirmed as a wound of entry, it would prove beyond peradventure of doubt that that shot had been fired from in front-hence that if there were shots from behind, there had to have been more than one gunman. Just at that moment, there was an interruption in our conversation. Humes returned after a pause of a few seconds to say that "the FBI will not let me talk any further." I wished him good luck, and the conversation was ended. My wife can be good witness to that conversation because we shared our mutual distress over the terrible events, and she shared with me my considerations weighing the decision to call over to the Bethesda Navy Hospital. The call originated in the kitchen of our home on Burning Tree Road in Bethesda with her being present throughout. After the telephone call, I exclaimed to her my dismay over the abrupt termination of my conversation with Dr. Humes, through the intervention of the FBI. I wondered aloud why they would want to interfere with a discussion between physicians relative to the problem of how best to investigate and interpret the autopsy. Now, with knowledge of the apparently prompt and massive control of information that was imposed on assignment of responsibility for the assassination of President Kennedy, I can appreciate that the interruption may have been far more pointed than I had presumed at that time.

I conclude, therefore, on the basis of personal experience, that Dr. Humes did have his attention drawn to the specifics and significance of President Kennedy's neck wound prior to his beginning the autopsy. His testimony that he only learned about the neck wound on the day after completion of the autopsy, after he had communicated with Doctor Perry in Dallas by telephone, means that he either forgot what I told him (although he appeared to be interested and attentive at the time) or that the autopsy was already under explicit non-medical control.

What does Robert Livingston mean when he say that the autopsy carried out by Dr. Humes might have been under "non-medical control"?

(F11) Joseph Humes, interviewed by Gary Cornwell for the House Select Committee on Assassinations on 9th July, 1978.

Gary Cornwell: You may have heard part of the testimony which reflected that the panel reviewed your report of the autopsy and, of course, as you know, the panel also spoke with you on one prior occasion. With respect to the ultimate findings that this committee will, of course, need to wrestle with, there is apparently, from the testimony today. One possible major area of disagreement, respect to the location of a bullet wound in the back of the President's head or possibly, depending upon the total body of the evidence, whether there was one or more than one bullet holes in the back of the Presidents head. That is principally what we wish to discuss with you at this time. Let me ask you first, your autopsy report reflected that there was one and only one bullet wound to the back of the President's head, that it did enter in the rear, exited the front. Is that report accurate on those three points, to the best of your knowledge?

James Humes: Absolutely.

Why did Gary Cornwall ask Joseph Humes about the wound in the head of President Kennedy?

(F12) Charles Crenshaw, Let's Set the Record Straight, included in Assassination Science (1998)

Just after 12:40 p.m. on Friday, 22 November, I entered Trauma Room at Parkland Hospital with Dr. Bob McClelland. Several other Parkland doctors were already there. President Kennedy lay, mortally wounded, on a stretcher. For the next several minutes, I helped administrate emergency treatment to the President and I observed both his throat wound and the wound at the right rear of his head.

I helped to remove President Kennedy's trousers and Dr. Ken Salyer and I performed a cutdown and inserted an IV catheter which fed Ringer's solution into Kennedy's right leg. At the same time, other Parkland doctors were performing a tracheotomy, inserting chest tubes, and doing a similar cutdown on the left leg.

Two wounds were visible. Malcolm Perry's tracheotomy incision. In the occipito-parietal region at the right rear of the head, there was an avulsive wound nearly as large as a fist. Bone, scalp, and hair were missing in the region, and brain tissue, including much of the cerebellum, was hanging from the opening. Along with many of my Parkland colleagues, I believed at the time that President Kennedy had been hit twice from the front.

How does Dr. Charles Crenshaw's evidence contradict that given by Commander Joseph Humes, Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Finck, and Commander James Boswell to the Warren Commission (F7)?

(F13) David Mantik, The JFK Assassination: Cause for Doubt, included in Assassination Science (1998)

One of the most amazing and serious oversights was the pathologists' failure to coronally section the brain. The brain was examined nearly two weeks later, thus giving Humes ample time to review standard protocols for this. With this much time to prepare, ignorance can hardly be the explanation. Is it conceivable that Humes would have undertaken such a momentous task without reviewing in detail standard protocols, especially since, by his own admission, he was not experienced in gunshot autopsies?

On one occasion Humes stated that the shot to the head came from above and on another he claimed that the anatomic data could not answer this question. The critics naturally wonder how the evidence could possibly have changed during this interval, or if Humes' memory were defective, how it could fail him on such a major question....

Dr. Michael Baden, who chaired the HSCA Forensic Pathology Panel, described the autopsy as "woefully inadequate" and noted that neither Humes nor Finck had ever done an autopsy involving a gunshot before! Although Finck was the designated expert, he had only sat in an office and reviewed records of US military personnel who had died of gunshot wounds. In view of the judgment required to reconstruct the reported two skull wounds, the pathologists' lack of actual experience with gunshot wounds seems germane.

Why does Dr. David Mantik criticise the autopsy carried out by Commander Joseph Humes, Lieutenant Colonel Pierre Finck, and Commander James Boswell? What was Dr. Michael Baden's view of this autopsy?

(F14) Dan Rather interviewed Charles Wyckoff for the documentary The Warren Report: Part 2, CBS Television (26th June, 1967)

Dan Rather: From a physicist's point of view, from a photographic analysis point of view, what can you tell about the direction of the bullet?

Charles Wyckoff: Well, the - in frame 313, the - there was an apparent explosion at this point, which would be on the front side of-of-the head. Now, characteristically, this would indicate to me that the bullet came from behind, and this is what's called spalling. It's a minor explosion where pieces of material have - have left and go generally in the direction of the bullet.

Dan Rather: But now, the explosion, this minor explosion, occurs forward of the President. Now, wouldn't that indicate the bullet coming from the front?

Charles Wyckoff: No, quite contrary. It does indicate that the bullet was coming from behind.

Dan Rather: Well, you're aware that some critics say that by the very fact that in the picture you can clearly see the explosion of the bullet on the front side of the President, that that certainly indicates the bullet came from the front.

Charles Wyckoff: Well, I don't believe any physicist has ever said that. This picture might explain the principle that we've been talking about just a little bit more clearly. It's a picture taken in a millionth of a second, of a thirty calibre bullet being shot through an electric light-bulb The bullet was traveling from this direction, entered the light-bulb here, passed through and caused a rather violent explosion to occur on the exiting side, and it's very similar to the situation in the Zapruder Kennedy assassination films.

Why does Charles Wyckoff believe that the bullet that hit President Kennedy's head "came from behind".

(F15) Walter Cronkite, The Warren Report: Part 2, CBS Television (26th June, 1967)

It is claimed that the bullet was planted on the governor's stretcher as part of a plot to link Oswald to the assassination. And that claim can never be disproved. The bullet is almost intact, only slightly flattened, with a little cone of lead missing from the rear end. Could such a bullet have penetrated successively, a human neck, a human torso, a wrist, and a thigh, and emerged in this condition? The Commission used animal carcasses and blocks of gelatin to test the bullet's penetrating power, firing repeated shots from Oswald's rifle. Now, this is standard technique. But, because of the difficulty of lining up such a shot, the Commission experts fired their bullets separately through the various simulators. Each time they measured how much speed the bullet had lost from its initial two thousand feet per second, and in the end, concluded that the bullet would have retained enough velocity to penetrate the Governor's thigh.

How did the Warren Commission attempt to prove that the bullet found on Governor Connaly's stretcher had "penetrated successively, a human neck, a human torso, a wrist, and a thigh"?

(F16) Walter Cronkite, The Warren Report: Part 2, CBS Television (26th June, 1967)

The Warren Report's contention that there was only one assassin rests on the conviction that all the wounds suffered by both men were inflicted by no more than three shots, fired from behind and above them. We have heard Captain Humes, as well as other doctors and experts. We have looked hard at the single-bullet theory. The case is a strong one.

There is not a single item of hard evidence for a second assassin. No wound that can be attributed to him. No one who saw him, although he would have been in full view of a crowded plaza. No bullets. No cartridge cases. Nothing tangible.

Why does Walter Cronkite believe that only one gunman fired at President Kennedy?

(F17) William Turner, The Warren Report: Part 3, CBS Television (27th June, 1967)

Now, what happened there was that the Kennedy motorcade coming down there, the Kennedy limousine - there were shots from the rear, from either the Dallas School Book Depository building, or the Dell Mart, or the courthouse; and there were shots from the grassy knoll. This is triangulation. There is no escape from it, if it's properly executed.

I think that the massive head wound, where the President's head was literally blown apart, came from a quartering angle on the grassy knoll. The bullet was a low velocity dumdum mercury fulminate hollow-nose, which were outlawed by The Hague Convention, but which are used by paramilitary groups. And that the whole reaction is very consistent to this kind of weapon. That he was struck and his head - doesn't go directly back this way but it goes back and over this way, which would be consistent with the shot from that direction, and Newton's Law of Motion.

Now, I feel also that the escape was very simple. Number one using a revolver or a pistol, the shells do not eject, they don't even have to bother to pick up their discharged shells. Number two, they can slip - put the gun under their coat, and when everybody comes surging up there they can just say, "He went that-a-away". Very simple. In fact, it's so simple that it probably happened that way.

Does William Turner agree with Walter Cronkite (F12) about the assassination?

(F18) Mark Lane, The Warren Report: Part 4, CBS Television (28th June, 1967)

There was one conclusion, one basic conclusion that the Commission reached, I think, which can be supported by the

facts, and that was the Commission's conclusion that Ruby killed Oswald. But, of course, that took place on television. It would have been very difficult to deny that. But, outside of that there's not an important conclusion which can be supported by the facts and - and this is the problem.

And what the Commission was thinking and what they were doing is still hidden from us, of course. The minutes of the Commission meetings are locked up in the National Archives, and no one can see them. A vast amount of the evidence, FBI reports, CIA reports, which may be directly related to the information we should have, are also locked up in the Archives. No one can see that.

The photographs and X-rays of the President's body, taken at the autopsy in Bethesda, Maryland, taken just before the autopsy was begun, taken by Naval technicians, which in and of themselves might resolve the whole question as to whether or not there was a conspiracy, cannot be seen by anyone today, and in fact, not one member of the Warren Commission ever saw the most important documents in the case, the photographs and the X-rays. And not one lawyer for the Commission ever saw - was curious enough to examine the most important evidence.

Why does Mark Lane argue that it was difficult in 1967 to discover if more than one gunman was involved in the assassination of President Kennedy?

(F19) Walter Cronkite, The Warren Report: Part 4, CBS Television (28th June, 1967)

Almost from the day the Warren Commission published its report, its decision to omit those vital X-rays and photographs has been under attack. Only that physical evidence, say the critics, can finally resolve the debate over how many bullets struck the President, where they came from, and where they went - the central questions in the argument over how many assassins opened fire in Dealey Plaza.

More than one critic has charged that the autopsy record in the Warren Report is not the original autopsy, but has been changed to conform with the Commission's theories...

It seems to CBS News that one of the most serious errors made by the Warren Commission was its decision not to

look at those photographs and X-rays, an error now compounded. For the Kennedy family, which had possession of the autopsy pictures, agreed last year to donate them to the National Archives, but only with the stipulation that the pictures be locked away for five years - with only certain authorized government personnel allowed to see them.

According to Walter Cronkite, what was one of the most important errors made by the Warren Commission?

(F20) G. Robert Blakey was interviewed by ABC News in 2003.

ABC News: Let me ask you: 40 years after the fact and 25 years after your investigation, who killed John F. Kennedy?

Blakey: Lee Harvey Oswald killed John Kennedy. Two shots from behind. The evidence is simply overwhelming. You have to be lacking in judgment and experience in dealing with the evidence to think that Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill President Kennedy. That's really not the problem. The problem is: Was there something beyond Lee Harvey Oswald? And now what you do is you look at the evidence.

ABC News: How many shots were fired at Dealey Plaza?

Blakey: What we did is determine that there were in fact four shots. Our scientists looked at a tape we found, and they did a scientific analysis of it, and it indicated four shots in the plaza, three from the depository and one from the grassy knoll. That meant there were two shooters in the plaza, two shooters in the plaza equal a conspiracy.

The first shot from the depository by Lee Harvey Oswald missed. The second shot about 1.6 seconds later, hit the president in the back of the neck. (The bullet exited Kennedy and) hit John Connally. It hit his wrist, hit his leg. Now six seconds from the second shot, we think a shot came from the grassy knoll. It missed the president. The shot from the grassy knoll missed. The X-rays, the autopsy, all of that indicates the president was not hit by a shot from any other direction. Seven-tenths of a second after that, the third shot, fourth in the row, third shot from the depository, hits the president right in the back of the head.

The shot from the grassy knoll is not only supported by the acoustics, which is a tape that we found of a police motorcycle broadcast back to the district station. It is corroborated by eyewitness testimony in the plaza. There were 20 people, at least, who heard a shot from the grassy knoll.

What evidence does G. Robert Blakey provide to support his theory that there were at least two gunman firing at President Kennedy?

(F21) James H. Fetzer, Arlen Specter (2000)

During an interview about his new book, Passion for Truth, on 4 March 2001 with Paul Alexander and John Batchelor on WABC, which lasted seven minutes, Arlen Specter asserted seven claims about the assassination of JFK and the "magic" bullet theory that are not simply false but actually provably false. His assertions and the grounds on which we know they are false are as follows: (1) that JFK was standing when he was hit: provably false. We have more than 200 Dealey Plaza witnesses and 500 photographic records - counting the Zapruder film as one - that prove he was sitting, not standing, when he was killed; (2) that a bullet entered at the back of JFK's neck: provably false in six different ways: (a) Boswell's diagram; (b) Jack's shirt; (c) Jack's jacket; (d) Berkley's death certificate; (e) Sibert and O'Neill's report on the autopsy; plus (f) ARRB release showing that Gerald Ford had the final report changed to make it appear as if the bullet had entered the base of his neck when it had not; (3) that the bullet hit nothing solid: provably false. David Mantik, M.D., Ph.D., has drawn a line through a CAT scan that demonstrates that a bullet entering where this is alleged to have entered and exiting where this is alleged to have exited would have had to impact with cervical vertebra, which means that the single bullet theory is not just false but actually anatomically impossible; (4) that he has "looked" at the X-rays and they support the conclusions of the Warren Commission: provably false. Specter is not an expert on the interpretation of X-rays, so even if he has taken a look (which I doubt), it would mean nothing. Someone who is an expert has studied them repeatedly and has discovered that they have been fabricated in at least two different ways: (a) the right lateral cranial X-ray has been fabricated by imposing a patch to conceal a massive blow-out to the back of the head; and, (b) the anterior-posterior X-ray has been fabricated by adding a 6.5 mm metal-like object to implicate a 6.5 mm weapon; (5) he claims there is no evidence of conspiracy: provably false. That the magic bullet theory is anatomically impossible and that the X-rays have been altered implicates the government in a conspiracy to conceal the truth about the assassination, where the most reasonable explanation for government complicity in the cover-up is government complicity in the crime. (6) he says that we now know that Humes burned his notes: but what is new is not that he burned his notes (which were stained with blood: that is rather old news) but that he also burned the first-draft of his autopsy report (under orders from his superior: that is the new news); and, (7) he asserts that you can't prove a negative: but we have just done so six times: we have proven that Arlen Specter has made no less than six false claims - seven, including this one - during this brief interview.

The X-rays of Kennedy's body, taken at the autopsy in Bethesda, Maryland, were eventually released. What does James H. Fetzer say about these X-rays?

(F22) Gaeton Fonzi, The Last Investigation (1993)

One demolishes the single-bullet theory: the locations of the bullet holes in the back of Kennedy's jacket and shirt - hard, tangible, measurable evidence - obliterate the possibility of a bullet emerging from Kennedy's throat and striking Governor Connally.... Beyond all the other evidence indicating conspiracy, all the acoustic tests, the autopsy evidence, the bullet trajectory theories and what have you, even beyond all the other evidence of Oswald's associations, the Odio incident absolutely cries conspiracy.

Why does Gaeton Fonzi disagree with the single-bullet theory?

(F23) Jean Hill interviewed by Arlen Specter from the Warren Commission (24th March, 1964)

Arlen Specter: Did you have any conscious impression of where the second shot came from?

Jean Hill: No.

Arlen Specter: Any conscious impression of where this third shot came from?

Jean Hill: Not any different from any of them. I thought it was just people shooting from the knoll - I did think there was more than one person shooting.

Arlen Specter: You did think there was more than one person shooting?

Jean Hill: Yes, sir.

Arlen Specter: What made you think that?

Jean Hill: The way the gun report sounded and the difference in the way they were fired - the timing.

Arlen Specter: What was your impression as to the source of the second group of shots which you have described as the fourth, perhaps the fifth, and perhaps the sixth shot?

Jean Hill: Well, nothing, except that I thought that they were fired by someone else.

Arlen Specter: And did you have any idea where they were coming from?

Jean Hill: No; as I said, I thought they were coming from the general direction of that knoll.

Jean Hill was standing close to the presidential limousine when the bullets were fired in the Dealey Plaza. Why is this considered important when trying to assess the position of the gunmen.

(F24) Eddie Barker interviewed Abraham Zapruder for the documentary The Warren Report: Part 2, CBS Television (26th June, 1967)

Eddie Barker: Abraham Zapruder, whose film of the assassination was studied at length on last night's program, was standing up on this little wall right at the edge of the grassy knoll. Now, shots from behind that picket fence over there would have almost had to whistle by his ear. Mr. Zapruder, when we interviewed him here, tended to agree that the knoll was not involved.

Abraham Zapruder: I'm not a ballistics expert, but I believe that if there were shots that come from my right ear, I would hear a different sound. I heard shots coming from - I wouldn't know which direction to say - but they was driven from the Texas Book Depository and they all sounded alike. There was no difference in sound at all.

Does Abraham Zapruder agree with Jean Hill about the bullets fired in the Dealey Plaza?

(F25) Cyril H. Wecht was interviewed by Donald A. Purdy for the Select Committee on Assassinations about the single-bullet theory (8th September, 1978)

Donald Purdy: Dr. Wecht, is it your opinion that no bullet could have caused all of the wounds to President Kennedy and Governor Connally or the Commission exhibit 399 could not have caused all of the wounds to both men?

Cyril Wecht: Based upon the findings in this case, it is my opinion that no bullet could have caused all these wounds, not only 399 but no other bullet that we know about or any fragment of any bullet that we know about in this case...

Donald Purdy: Dr. Wecht, what is the basis for your opinion that Commission exhibit 399 could not have caused all of the wounds to President Kennedy and Governor Connally?

Cyril Wecht: It is a composite based upon several things: The timing of the Zapruder film, which we know runs at 18.3 frames or individual units of the film strip per second; the evaluation of the wounds in the President and Governor Connally; the timing of the test-firing in the hands of the most skilled marksman the Government could find in 1964 of this Mannlicher-Carcano weapon, the bolt action nonautomatic World War II Italian carbine, a grossly inferior weapon; the very vivid testimony of Governor John Connally about which he has been completely consistent for the past 14 years concerning the fact that he was struck by a different bullet; the vertical and horizontal trajectories that must be attributed to Commission exhibit 399 if the single-bullet theory is to be substantiated. These are the various factors that relate to the single-bullet theory.

Why does Doctor Cyril Wecht disagree with the single-bullet theory?

(F26) Robert Livingston, letter to Maynard Parker, editor of Newsweek (10th September, 1993)

A further issue concerns reports of the appearance of cerebellar tissue in the occipital wound. This was first reported "live" as observations by an orderly, and by a nurse, both of whom were in the surgery where attempts to resuscitate the president were conducted prior to his death. I didn't give any credibility to those stories and dismissed them from my focus at the time, attributing what I thought must be mistaken identification of cerebellum to a likely lack of familiarity with neuroanatomy by two non-medically trained individuals. It would be easy to assume cerebellum in looking at macerated cerebral tissue protruding from a bloody wound. But since then, around six reputable physicians who saw the president at that time have testified that cerebellum was extruding from the wound at the back of his head. That is an important clue, indicating that something must have burst into the posterior fossa with sufficient force to uproot the cerebellum and blow a substantial hole through the heavy, covering, well-anchored, tentorium, which separates cerebellum from the main chamber of the skull.

Dr. Robert Livingston does not believe that President John Kennedy was killed by a bullet from the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle? Why?

(F27) David Mantik, statement (10th November, 1993)

Just before Halloween this year, I visited the National Archives on four separate days to examine the autopsy X-rays and photographs. While there I used a technique called optical densitometry - to study the X-rays. This technique has been available for many years but has never been applied to the JFK autopsy X-rays. It measures the transmission of ordinary light through selected points of the X-ray film. If I had measured thousands of points I could have constructed a three dimensional topographic map of the X-rays. The higher points on this map would represent the blackest areas of the X-ray film and would correspond to areas in the body where the most X-rays had passed through to strike the film. In a way, therefore, the information contained in the X-ray film is converted from two dimensions into three dimensions and is that much richer in detail. The range of peaks and valleys on such a topographic map would be expected to fall within a well defined range for a normal human skull. Any values which lie outside of this range - and especially those which lie unnaturally far outside - would not be consistent with ordinary skulls and would raise questions of authenticity...

I discovered... new evidence that the autopsy X-rays of President John F. Kennedy have been altered, that there were two shots which struck the head, and that the magic bullet is anatomically impossible.

What did Dr. David Mantik find out after using optical densitometry to study the X-rays of President Kennedy's brain?

(F28) Michael Kurtz, Crime of the Century: The Kennedy Assassination From a Historians Perspective (1982)

An omission in Lifton's theory is his belief that the conspirators inflicted wounds on the body over six hours after the assassination. Although he claims to have read widely in textbooks on forensic pathology, Lifton apparently did not notice one of the most elementary principles of autopsy procedure: damage inflicted on a body after death is easily distinguishable from that inflicted on a living body. If the conspirators had reconstructed Kennedy's skull and produced two entrance wounds on the body, the Bethesda pathologists would have recognized the postmortem changes. By the time of the autopsy, the body was in the beginning stages of rigor mortis and exhibited signs of livor mortis and algor mortis (three of the stages a corpse undergoes after death). Any damage inflicted on that body would have displayed definite pathological signs of alteration, and the entrance wounds in the back and the head would not have shown microscopic indications of "coagulation necrosis," since the blood had long since ceased circulating.

Why does Michael Kurtz disagree with David Lifton theory "that the conspirators inflicted wounds on the body over six hours after the assassination"?


John F. Kennedy autopsy

The autopsy of President John F. Kennedy was performed, beginning at about 8 p.m. and ending at about midnight EST, on November 22, 1963, the day of his assassination, at the then Bethesda Naval Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. The choice of autopsy hospital in the Washington, D.C. area was made at the request of Mrs. Kennedy, on the basis that John F. Kennedy had been a naval officer.

In 1963, Texas law required that the autopsy of a person murdered in Texas was to be conducted in Texas, unless the murder occurred in places owned, possessed, or controlled by the U.S. government. Thus, the murder and subsequent medical examination of President Kennedy was legally under the sole jurisdiction of the State of Texas. Texas law required an inquest by a justice of the peace for all homicides, and then, if ordered, an autopsy. Dr. Earl Rose, the Dallas County medical examiner, attempted to enforce this law as the Secret Service was removing President Kennedy's body from Parkland Memorial Hospital for immediate return to Washington, D.C. with Jacqueline Kennedy and President Lyndon B. Johnson. A justice of the peace arrived to support Dr. Rose. After a brief scuffle, the President's casket was taken by the Secret Service. Ώ] The Dallas County district attorney, Henry Wade, told the justice in a telephone call that he had no objection to the removal of the president's body. [ citation needed ]


The Influence of JFK

The Kennedys have gone down in history for many reasons. Beyond JFK’s assassination, the family was extremely influential on the American people, and the whole world during and after their time in the White House. The era of the Kennedys had the family known as the Camelots. JFK and his wife Jackie were the youngest President and First Lady of the United States when he was elected into office in November 1960, and inaugurated in January 1961. They were viewed as a modern-young couple who brought a new face to the United States where Kennedy promoted the idea of a “‘New Frontier’ required harnessing change, setting goals, and making changes,” and it was believed that JFK “could seize the moment, shape the country, and change the world.”

This view of JFK as an amazing, new leader capable of change was not simply in the eyes of the American people, but he was seen as such across the globe. For example, in June 1963, in West Berlin, JFK gave a speech in regard to the Berlin Wall separating East and West Germany. He spoke of how those who believe communism is good need to come to Berlin and see the horror that the people of Berlin face daily, and that he cannot wait to see the West and the East reunited. Kennedy’s speech was viewed as a movement toward world peace and had nearly 60% of West Berlin’s 2.3 million population crowding the streets. In the United States, American’s were confident that “Kennedy would bring an end to the war in Vietnam, and would also bring forth a better America through his New Frontier policies.”

However, it was not just in his time alive that he influenced the world, it was in his death as well. In the United States, following the announcement of President Kennedy’s death, the whole country came to a stop as the news spread on the radio and television. “Times Square ‘slowed as near to a halt as it ever comes,’ … in Washington, normal congressional came to a halt,” Around the world, countries were mourning the loss of the American President. In Britain, flags flew at half mask, as Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home gave prayers at Westminster Abbey. Nearly every country across the world was sending prayers for President Kennedy. “Berlin deadicated a new street to Kennedy, named the John F Kennedy Platz.

In Tokyo, Buddhist priests prayed before Kennedy’s picture. In Paris, families sat glued to their television sets. In Moscow, despite the tension between the two, Premier Khrushchev was stunned by the death of President Kennedy.” Many more countries in Europe, and elsewhere across the globe felt the tragic loss. In London, more than ten thousand people travelled to the American Embassy in Grosvenor Square, Kennedy’s death was treated like a Royal death, where on the day of his funeral, Big Ben tolled every minute for an hour. In Canada, Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson renamed a Yukon mountain top, Mount Kennedy. Even the Northernmost province of Denmark named a road after President Kennedy and said: “even if we are only a tiny dot on the map, President Kennedy nevertheless meant a great deal to us too.” Countries such as Iran and Israel renamed streets and planned memorials in the name of President Kennedy.

The death of President Kennedy was more than mourning the loss of a world leader, it was losing someone the whole world believed could make great change, and get them one step closer to world peace. The image of President Johnson being sworn in, with Jackie Kennedy standing beside him, still covered in her husband’s blood all while keeping herself composed, shows how significant the loss of JFK was. As the entire world looks upon this photo, they see the loss that not only Jackie Kennedy suffered that day, but the entire country, and the global community. JFK’s impact was everlasting, whether it was during his time as president, or after his passing, he stands out as an important figure in history, and the photograph truly represents the impact. When one sees the picture, it is not thought of as the beginning of Johnson’s presidency, it is seen as the end of JFK’s.


Inside the Autopsy Room: The Details Doctors Gathered About JFK’s Assassination

Click on the pins within the document to learn about some of the doctors’ findings.

In the last century, there are few events that have been studied with greater scrutiny than the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. But, that is the problem, according to author and History Channel personality Brad Meltzer.

“Put together all of the official investigations, commissions, reports, official reinvestigations, independent reviews of the evidence, journalistic inquiries, reenactments, documentaries, movies, literally thousands of books (fiction and nonfiction), not to mention countless off-the-wall and over-the-top websites, and you’ve got a situation that’s a perfect breeding ground for confusion, differing interpretations, allegations and refutations,” he writes in his latest book, History Decoded: The 10 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time.

There have been those who believe that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone, that there were two shooters on that fateful day in Dallas, November 22, 1963. Others have tried to pin the blame on the Soviets, the CIA and the mafia.

One natural place to look for answers is the president’s autopsy. Medical professionals at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, examined Kennedy’s body just hours after he was pronounced dead, drawing what conclusions they could from his wounds about the cause of death and location of the assassin. In Dallas, the president’s staff had hurriedly loaded his casket onto Air Force One, while city officials squabbled over a state law that required the autopsy to be performed in Texas. Just nine minutes after Lyndon Johnson took the oath of office on the plane it was wheels up.

President Lyndon Johnson gathered the Warren Commission, a group of Congressman and other prominent officials, a week later to investigate Kennedy’s assassination. The investigators, out of respect to the president’s legacy, saw neither the photographs nor the x-rays from the autopsy, though the decision to keep such medical evidence private has often been questioned. (In 1966, the Kennedy family donated these official images to the National Archives, where they remain sealed from the public.) One of the only visuals left for the group’s consideration was this descriptive autopsy sheet, or “face sheet,” which the pathologists filled out in the autopsy room, marking the figure with the two bullets’ entry and exits points. The doctors referred to these notes when writing the more detailed autopsy report.


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JFK ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY, COVER-UP , FACTS OR FICTION?AND THE GRASSY KNOLL Close-ups OF WHO KILLED PRESIDEND KENNEDY.

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JFK ASSASSINATION, BRIEF ASSESSMENT SUMMARY INFORMATION FACTS and Theories:

The International conspiracy that put LBJ in the White House.

The First Conspiracy Theory and the Formulating of the Warren Commission's Lone, Single Assassin Theories.

After the assassination of President Kennedy and the assassination of the accused assassin, The new President, Linden Jonson would Inform Earl Warren That, "You were a soldier in World War I, but there was nothing you could do in that uniform comparable to what you can do for your country in this hour of trouble."

"The gravity of the situation was such that it might lead us into war, he said, and, if so, it might be a nuclear war."

Note: Linden Jonson was riding in an open convertible two cars behind the President.

He went on to tell me that he had just talked to Defense Secretary Robert McNamara, who had advised him that the first nuclear strike against us might cause the loss of 40 million people.

AND THAT MASSAGE SHOULD BE CLEAR TO ANYONE !

THEY WERE BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE , AND THEY KNEW IT .

AND IT EXPLAINS A LOT, OF THE WARREN COMMISSION'S ACTIONS.

I t explains why they would I nvent a single bullet theory to try and explain away a second shooter.

Why they would ignore and Not explore testimony of wittiness that saw or heard things of a conspiratorial nature.

W hy they would Ignore the Dallas Doctors description of the wounds, that placed a gunman in front of the President.

W hy they would refuse to bring Jack Ruby to Washington after he told them, HE COULD NOT TELL THEM THE TRUTH IN DALLAS.
AND ON, AND ON, AND ON.

( He couldn't tell them the Truth, Anymore then the Warren Commission could tell us the truth,)

They where simply flowing their marching orders , And Oswald's OPEN background severed it's intended effect.

I t is why their Conclusions Can't Be Trusted , And Why Lee Harvey Oswald Became the Lone Nut Assassin.

Lee Oswald, the man who brought His rifle to His place of work, setup a snipers nest on the Sixth floor He was assigned, killed the President and left His rifle and bullet casings there, then went down for lunch,
He did everything except come screaming out of the building I DID IT , Or Like John Wilkes Booth, Sic semper tyrannis.
(And by the way, No One has Ever Come-Up with any reasonable Motive For Oswald's Supposed Actions!)

Encountered by a Dallas Policeman, with a gun to his gut within Ninety Seconds after the shooting in the Second Floor Lunch Room.
Later Truly would recall, "He didn’t seem to be excited or overly afraid or anythin g. He might have been a bit startled, like I might have been if somebody confronted me. But I cannot recall any change in expression of any kind on his face." Truly thought that the officer’s gun at that time appeared to be almost touching the middle portion of Oswald’s body.
(note* No other suspects were spotted in the building.)

Then, he would take public transportation home, grab he's Handgun ( something he apparently forgot. )
( As a Dallas Police Car honked it horn outside his rooming house. )

A nd just where was Lee Oswald headed after the Assassination, Officer Tippit Shooting, 2 - 3 Blocks from Ruby's Apartment.

and pro claimed "I'm Just a PATSY."


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NO, the people who Orchestrated and Executed this Assassination had much more power and motive then Lee Oswald ever Could.

And I'll Let Jack Ruby Explain That, He did an Excellent job of scratching the surface on this day .

JACK RUBY

"I'm the only one in the background that knows the truth.

Everything pertaining to what’s happening has never come to the surface.

The world will never know the true facts of what occurred, my motive.

The people had so much to gain and had such an ulterior motive for putting me in the position I’m in, will never let the true facts come above board's to the world."

Q: Are these people in very high positions Jack.

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The YEAR 1975 THE ZAPRUDER FILM IS FINALLY BOOTLEGGED AND SEEN BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
AND BECAME THE RALLYING CALL FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION.

SIXTEEN YEARS LATTER: INVESTIGATING THE WARREN COMMISSION!

H OUSE S ELECT C OMMITTEE ON A SSASSINATIONS CONCLUSIONS:

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  • The Warren Commission apparently had looked for evidence of conspiratorial association . Finding none on the face of the associations it investigated, it did not go further.
  • The Warren Commission was incorrect in concluding that Oswald and Ruby had no significant associations, and its finding of no conspiracy was not reliable.
  • The Warren Commission. and FBI’s investigation into the possibility of a conspiracy was seriously flawed.
  • The FBI’s investigation was IN ALL LIKELIHOOD insufficient TO HAVE UNCOVERED A CONSPIRACY .
  • The Warren Commission. failed to investigate adequately the possibility of a conspiracy to assassinate the President.
  • There was a high probability that a second gunman, in fact, fried at the President.
  • President John F. Kennedy was probably killed as a result of a conspiracy.

So after two Major Government investigations, there are just two simple Questions remaining to be answered , WHO WAS INVOLVED , WHO KILLED JFK AND WHY .

AND THAT'S HOW THE MURDER OF A PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES HAS BEEN LEFT TO THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.

AND NO, I DON'T BELIEVE IT HAPPENED THE WAY THE WARREN REPORT CLAIMS IT DID, EITHER
AND HERE IS MY RESEARCH, EFFORT, REASONS AND THE PROOF TO BACK IT UP!

WE MAY AT LEAST BE ABLE TO ANSWER ONE QUESTION, WAS IT A LARGER CONSPIRACY OR NOT.
AND SOME OF THE ANSWERS MIGHT BE FOUND IN THE FILMS AND PHOTOGRAPHS TAKING THAT DAY NEAR DEALY PLAZA AND THE GRASSY KNOLL.
The fact is, It is about the only place left, we may ever find the truth to that question in this case.

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Parkland Hospital.
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OSWALD'S ESCAPE., AND THE PROBLEMS.


The Grassy Knoll (My Close-Ups and ENHANCEMENTS.)
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Dealy Plaza Witnesses Parkland Hospital. Bethesda Autopsy. Great Escape Tippit Shooting.


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As for Myself, This Overlooked IMAGE on the Grassy Knoll at the time the shots were fired is the reason among others this site exists.
Of all the film and photographs taken near Elm and Huston and Daily Plaza that day, This one shabby instant Polaroid photo that was released within hours after the assassination, It Is the only real image we have of the grassy knoll as the shots ring out. Taken by Mary Moorman form across Elm street as the President passed.



And this is perhaps THE MOST STUDIED PHOTOGRAPH IN HISTORY, AND LOOK AT WHAT'S BEEN MISSED.
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Personnel present during autopsy

The ARRB sought out additional witnesses in an attempt to compile a more complete record of the autopsy on Kennedy. [19] In July 1998, a staff report released by the ARRB emphasized shortcoming of the original autopsy. [19] The ARRB wrote: "One of the many tragedies of the assassination of President Kennedy has been the incompleteness of the autopsy record and the suspicion caused by the shroud of secrecy that has surrounded the records that do exist." [19]

According to Douglas P. Horne, the ARRB's chief analyst for military records,

The Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) was created due to the United States Congress's passage of the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 which mandated the gathering and opening of all US government records related to the assassination of Kennedy. [15] Stating that the it "popularized a version of President Kennedy’s assassination that featured U.S. government agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the military as conspirators", [16] the final report of the ARRB partially credited concern over the conclusions in Oliver Stone's 1991 film JFK with the passage of the legislation. [15] The ARRB collected evidence starting in 1994, then produced a final report in 1998. [17]


John F. Kennedy Autopsy - History

Further, the doctors who performed the autopsy, and the Warren Commission which had to reach conclusions based on the medical evidence, blundered in substantial ways. These blunders can be presented as evidence of some sinister conspiracy, rather than then result of haste and an excessive concern for the feelings of the Kennedy family.

The information here, while not giving a comprehensive overview of the evidence, will at least highlight some of the common errors (and worse) that the conspiracy books make.

Shooting Yourself in the Foot

The Dallas Doctors

And example of how conspiracy books use evidence selectively can be found in an account written on the day of the assassination by Dr. Marion "Pepper" Jenkins. The account says the wound was "occipital" and that "cerebellum" protruded from the wound. Both of these statements imply that the back of the head was blown out. Yet the account says the wound was to the "right side of the head" and that it was "temporal" (which means the side of the head). Guess which statements conspiracy books tell their readers about, and which they withhold?

Dr. Robert Grossman has testified to being in Trauma Room One at Parkland Hospital during the futile attempt to save John Kennedy. A respected neurosurgeon, he certainly seems like the sort of witness one could rely on. Unfortunately, his testimony is problematic in many ways, as David Lifton argues in "Dr. Robert Grossman—Phantom of Trauma Room One."

The Head Wound

Randy Robertson claims to have found, in the x-rays of Kennedy’s skull, evidence of two bullet hits to Kennedy’s head. This is his statement to Rep. Conyer’s subcommittee of the U.S. Congress in November 1993. Also included is one of the reviews of his article that caused the journal Radiology to reject it, as well as a brief critique from me.

Speaking of the head wound, the distribution of bullet fragments in Kennedy’s brain, as shown in the autopsy x-rays, gives a lot of information about the bullet that hit Kennedy, and (more importantly) rules out a variety of theories about the head shot. WOUND1.GIF is a drawing, from conspiracy author Charles Wilber, of the distribution of fragments. Drawn from the work of Cyril Wecht, it is quite consistent with Lattimer’s drawings in Kennedy and Lincoln .

Like Wecht, John Lattimer was one of the first people to see the autopsy photos and x-rays. LATERAL.GIF is his drawing of the damage to Kennedy’s head. Compare it to the drawings in books by authors like Groden and Livingstone.

The nature of Kennedy’s head wound has been a matter of continuing controversy. ANGEL1.GIF, ANGEL2.GIF, and ANGEL3.GIF are the report Dr. Lawrence Angel, a forensic anthropologist of the Smithsonian Institution, submitted to the HSCA. Particularly interesting is Angel’s drawing of the damage shown in the photos and x-rays in ANGEL3.GIF.

HEAD.JPG is the famous photograph of the inside of Kennedy’s skull, with the brain removed. Conspiracy books usually print it rotated 90 degrees. Here it is right side up. Compare this photo to ANGEL3.GIF (above).

Does the Harper Fragment Prove a Shot from the Grassy Knoll?

The Harper Fragment was a piece of bone discovered in Dealey Plaza the day after the assassination. A Dallas doctor (A. B. Cairns) identified it as occipital bone from a human skull. Further, conspiracy books claim the fragment was found behind the location of the limo at the moment Kennedy’s head exploded. If these claims are correct, that means the back of Kennedy’s head was blown out, which would imply both a shooter in front of Kennedy and fakery in the autopsy photos and x-rays. But what does the evidence show on these points?

Was the Back of Kennedy’s head Really Blown Out?

See for yourself what the Zapruder film shows. Of course, conspiracy buffs are increasingly insisting that the Zapruder film has been tampered with (this is after 30 years of insisting that it is ironclad evidence of conspiracy). Then, you might ask, how do the Dealey Plaza witnesses describe the head wound. Take a look at how Zapruder described the wound to Jay Watson of WFAA-TV shortly after the assassination, and read how the wound was described by Marilyn Sitzman, who was standing next to Zapruder.

Likewise, James Altgens was standing in front of and to the right of the limo at the time of the head shot. Here is the portion of his Warren Commission testimony describing the explosion of Kennedy’s head. Read this carefully, because Altgens is mistaken on a point or two.

Interpreting the Head X-rays

The image at right is one of the X-rays of John Kennedy taken at the Bethesda autopsy. It’s the "AP" (anterior-posterior) image of the head. Click on the image to see a larger version. This X-ray is extremely controversial, as is the corresponding lateral view of the skull. It’s supposed to show fakery of the autopsy photographs, and thus a conspiracy to kill Kennedy. It is puzzling if you don’t know how to read X-rays. But when people who do know how to read X-rays examine the films, they yield a clear picture of the wound, as explained in this essay by Joe Durnavich.

Key Concept: Beveling. When a bullet penetrates the skull bone, it will leave a small hole on the side from which it enters, and a larger dished-out crater on the side that it exits. The existence of beveling of the bone of Kennedy’s skull allowed the autopsists — and later panels of forensic pathologists — to establish that the bullet that hit Kennedy in the head entered from behind, with at least one large fragment exiting toward the front. See JFK Exhibit F-61, from the House Select Committee on Assassinations.

Medical Evidence on the Single Bullet Theory

John Lattimer has done several experiments to determine whether the Single Bullet Theory is scientifically supportable. In the first he deals with the question: were there so many fragments in John Connally that they could not all have come from CE 399? In the second, he deals with the question: could an exit wound in the front of Kennedy’s neck look like an entrance wound?

Years before Lattimer’s Kennedy and Lincoln was published, Josiah Thompson carefully scrutinized the evidence on the issue of whether the bullet fragments found in John Connally had (in total) too much mass to have come from CE 399. Here is the section of Six Seconds in Dallas dealing with this issue.

Conspiracy books describe the Dallas doctors as being absolutely sure that the wound in Kennedy’s throat was an entrance wound. What they usually omit is the fact that the doctors who actually saw the wound speculated that it was an exit wound from a fragment from the head shot. They also imply that ER personnel can easily tell whether a wound is an entrance wound or an exit wound. This essay consists of two parts. The first documents the speculations of the Dallas doctors about the wound, and the second is a passage from the JAMA describing a careful study of the ability of ER personnel to make judgments about the forensic aspects of wounds.

The autopsy doctors were puzzled by the fact that there was a clear entrance wound on Kennedy's upper back, but no visible exit wound. In fact, the exit wound in the throat had been obliterated by the tracheostomy done at Parkland Hospital. But years later, a Dr. Robert Livingston claimed to have called autopsist Dr. James Humes before the autopsy and told him about the exit wound in the throat. Was Humes lying about not knowing about an exit wound? In fact, Livingston's credibility is questionable, and even if he is telling the absolute truth his call would have left Humes puzzled, and not informed.

Is Kennedy "Clutching At His Throat" in the Zapruder Film?

Dr. Kenneth Strully, a neurosurgeon from New Hampshire, also has addressed the issue of Kennedy’s arm movements, and also sees them as the result of a neuromuscular reaction.

Telling the Truth at Long Last? T he man at right is Dr. Charles Crenshaw, who was in the Emergency Room when Kennedy was treated at Parkland Hospital. He claimed in his 1992 book Conspiracy of Silence to be finally telling the truth about the assassination — a truth he feared to tell earlier. His testimony, quite conveniently, "corroborates" what conspiracy books have been saying for years. Is he a crackpot, a profiteer, or a brave truth-teller? Click here for the "scoop."

Are the Autopsy Photos Faked?

Of course, the House Select Committee had already thoroughly examined the "forgery" issue. It commissioned the nation’s top experts to examine the autopsy materials for fakery, and here is their report. If you actually believe that Harrison Livingstone is an expert on the photos and x-rays, you need to read this. Accompanying this file is a graphic showing the face measurements forensic anthropologists used to establish that the person in the autopsy photos was John F. Kennedy.

Of course, if the autopsy photos and x-rays are faked, just how many people would have to be implicated in doing — and lying about — the fakery? This essay by Joel Grant discusses the history of this issue.

The autopsy doctors have always accepted the photos and x-rays as genuine. In early 1967 all three autopsists (Humes, Boswell, and Finck) examined these materials at the National Archives. Their report authenticates the photos and x-rays as genuine.

Randy Robertson MD, is a radiologist and conspiracy oriented researcher who recently got access to materials that have langished virtually unnoticed for decades: images on 120 film shot during the JFK autopsy. While the images don't allow any forensic conclusions, they do bear on the authenticity of the other autopsy photos which do allow such conclusions. This is his report.

What Do the Experts Say About the Evidence?

What Happened to Kennedy’s Brain?

The most famous piece of missing evidence in the world is John Kennedy’s brain. What happened to it? Did The Conspiracy grab it because it contained incontrovertible evidence that Kennedy was shot from the front? The HSCA made a strong effort to find out what happened. Their report makes it pretty clear what did.

Why Was Kennedy’s Coffin Disposed Of?

Another supposed piece of missing evidence is a bullet that Admiral Osborne said he saw fall out of the wrapping of Kennedy’s body when it arrived at Bethesda. OSBORNE.TXT is the HSCA’s investigation of this claim.

"Military Control" of the Autopsy?

A full account of autopsist Pierre Fink’s experiences at the autopsy can be found in the "Blumberg Memo" written on 1 February 1965. Click here to see the memo.

Key Concept: Probing a wound. Conspiracy books place great emphasis on the fact that the autopsists were unable to probe the wound in Kennedy’s back more than a inch or so into the body. They believe that this proves that the bullet didn’t penetrate more then an inch or so. Forensic pathologists don’t accept this idea. The following is a quote from the Forensic Pathology Panel of the House Select Committee on Assassinations:

Were the Body Snatchers at Work?

  • Joel Grant has carefully examined the 14 minute period during which Lifton says Kennedy’s body must have been stolen from Air Force One. In fact, the coffin was never unattended long enough for body snatchers to do their work.
  • Physician Bob Artwohl has carefully examined Lifton’s use of medical evidence and eyewitness testimony. Here is his critique of Lifton’s theories, originally messages on Compuserve addressed to Lifton. Uploaded here by permission of Artwohl.
  • Long time University of Wisconsin professor and assassination researcher David Wrone looks at the evidence on Lifton’s theory, and finds that it simply wasn’t possible for conspirators to make off with the body.

Really Pristine?

A Genuine Conspiracy "Expert?"

The expert the conspiracy books are always quoting is Cyril Wecht, forensic pathologist and long-time advocate of a conspiracy. Wecht is a competent forensic pathologist where the Kennedy assassination is not involved. Unfortunately the part of his book Cause of Death dealing with the assassination is awash in mistakes and inaccuracies. When Wecht appeared online on the Prodigy service in 1994, Dr. Robert Artwohl challenged him on several errors and misrepresentations in the book. Wecht failed to respond to any of Artwohl’s messages.

Wecht has claimed that Kennedy's "back and to the left" motion indicates a shot from the Grassy Knoll. But when called as a expert witness in the Menendez retrial, he insisted that simple Newtonian physics isn't much use in determining how people will react to a shot.

When the Rockefeller Commission (The Commission on CIA Activities) examined the assassination, in the 1970s, Wecht was an important figure claiming that there was a conspiracy. Given his good medical credentials, the Commission made a point of talking with him, and indeed questioned him closely. When the Commission's report was released, Wecht fussed and fumed that he had been misrepresented, and that he had given the Commission much convincing evidence of a conspiracy, but was ignored. In this essay, Megan Knuth examines what Wecht said, based on the transcript of his interview with the Commission, and compares it with how his testimony is presented in the Commission's Report . Was he really misrepresented?


John F. Kennedy kept these medical struggles private

Every member of “the greatest generation” can tell you where they were on Dec. 7, 1941, when the Japanese Air Force bombed Pearl Harbor. And every Baby Boomer has a similar clarity of mind when recalling the horrors of Nov. 22, 1963.

That, of course, was the day 56 years ago when Lee Harvey Oswald murdered President John F. Kennedy as his motorcade drove through the streets of Dallas. Yet it is only in the past few decades we have had a more thorough understanding of President Kennedy’s complex medical history.

To put it bluntly, long before he died at age 46, Kennedy was a very sick man.

As a child, Kennedy nearly died from scarlet fever and also had serious digestive problems — most likely spastic colitis or irritable bowel syndrome, which plagued him for the rest of his life. As a young man, he suffered from urinary tract infections, prostatitis, and a duodenal ulcer. Better known was his notorious spine and back problems that began while playing football in college. His lower back pain was so severe, he was initially rejected by the both U.S. Army and the Navy when he first volunteered for service in World War II.

Through his own tenacity and father’s connections, Kennedy joined the Naval Reserve and became an officer on a P.T. (patrol torpedo) boat. During a battle in the Solomon Islands, on Aug. 1, 1943, the ship was strafed in half by the Japanese destroyer Amagiri. PT-109 quickly sank and two of the crew members died. Eleven others, including Kennedy, survived, floundering in the Pacific. A few of them were seriously injured. Along with the crew, Kennedy swam several miles to an island, towing one of the injured men by a life-vest strap. He then swam to other islands in search of fresh water and a U.S. vessel. Eventually, the men were rescued thanks in part to a distress signal Kennedy carved on a coconut shell.

The following year, 1944, Kennedy underwent the first of four unsuccessful back surgeries he had three more procedures between 1954 and 1957 while he was a U.S. senator. His spinal surgeries, which included fusions of the lumbar vertebrae and the placement of metal plates, were complicated by poor wound healing, painful abscesses, and osteomyelitis (an infection of the bone). He was so ill at a few points during this period that his Catholic priest administered last rites. During a long period of recuperation in 1956, he wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “Profiles in Courage,” with the help of his eloquent speechwriter Theodore Sorenson.

Almost every day of Kennedy’s adult life, he experienced debilitating back pain, especially in the lumbar spine and the sacroiliac joints. Many times, his back was so stiff from pain and arthritis that he could not even bend over to tie his shoes. Few people who live free of this disability understand how badly it affects one’s life. Still, Kennedy soldiered on to make his indelible mark on the world — until his assassination.

Some physicians have argued that the rigid back brace he wore while sitting in the presidential limousine on Nov. 22, 1963, contributed to his death. After the first, non-fatal gunshot struck him, Kennedy was unable to bend down. Instead of crumpling to the bottom of the car, the stiff brace held him upright and he remained in Oswald’s gun sight so that the killer was able to shoot the president in the head.

Yet Kennedy’s most serious health issue was Addison’s disease. This is an insufficiency of the adrenal glands, the organs which produce the vital hormones that help control sodium, potassium, and glucose levels in the blood, and mediate the body’s reactions to stress. Addison’s disease patients often begin their illness by experiencing severe diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue and low blood pressure. If left untreated, it is a life-threatening disease. Since the late 1930s, doctors have been able to manage this serious illness with the prescription of corticosteroids, which, according to his biographer Robert Dallek, Kennedy probably began taking in one form or another since at least 1947, when he was officially diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency. Some reports, however, claim he may have taken the medication earlier. The chronic use of steroids over his lifetime likely caused osteoporosis of various bones in his body, most notably his spine, where he suffered from three fractured vertebrae.

During his presidency, Kennedy was also treated with a slew of opiate pain killers, local anesthetic (lidocaine) shots for his back pain, tranquilizers such as Librium, amphetamines and stimulants, including Ritalin, thyroid hormones, barbiturate sleeping pills, gamma globulin to stave off infections, as well as the steroid hormones he needed to keep his adrenal insufficiency at bay. According to The New York Times, during the Cuban missile crisis in October of 1962, the president was prescribed “antispasmodics to control colitis antibiotics for a urinary infection and increased amounts of hydrocortisone and testosterone along with salt tablets to control his adrenal insufficiency and boost his energy.”

In his 1965 book “A Thousand Days,” the historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. described an interview with Kennedy in July of 1959, in which he asked the U.S. senator about the rumors of his having Addison’s disease. Kennedy, who was about to run for president, confidently told Schlesinger, “No one who has the real Addison’s disease should run for the presidency, but I do not have it.”

Here, Kennedy was being both a duplicitous politician and an astute historian of medicine. In 1855, Thomas Addison, the senior physician to London’s Guy’s Hospital, published his treatise, “On the Constitutional and Local Effects of Disease of the Suprarenal Capsules.” The adrenal insufficiency of the six patients he described in this publication was caused by a destructive and infectious tuberculosis of the adrenal glands. Kennedy had adrenal insufficiency of an unknown cause but he was not in any way, shape or form, infected with tuberculosis. So, technically, he did not have “real Addison’s disease.”

Such verbal flim-flam recalls a mordant observation often attributed to our 35th president: “Mothers all want their sons to grow up to be president, but they don’t want them to become politicians in the process.”

Left: President John F. Kennedy. Photo by Gerald L French/Corbis via Getty Images


John F. Kennedy Autopsy - History

The Warren Commission along with the House Select Committee on Assassinations believe that this autopsy proves that President John F Kennedy was shot from the back.
THE TRUTH IS THIS AUTOPSY WAS SO CONTROLLED, SO MANIPULATED, SO BOTCHED AND SO CHANGED THAT EVEN THE WARREN COMMISSION DEFENDERS UNDERSTAND THIS.
( Yet this is what they solely rely on for their conclusions, While finding off the Overwhelming Evidence to the Contrary .)

SOME OF THE BIGGEST PROBLEMS WITH THE AUTOPSY:
THE BULLET WOUNDS WHERE NOT SECTIONED TO DETERMINE THE PATH AND DIRECTION.
THEY MISSED THE BULLET WOUND IN THE THROAT , UNDER A TRACHEOTOMY INCISION PERFORMED AT PARKLAND.
THE PRESIDENTS BRAIN WAS NOT WEIGHTED, NOT MENTIONED. ( And Later Disappeared. ) ( More on this at the bottom of this page.)
THE CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE PHOTOS THE DRAWING AND THE X-rays. ( More In the Fowlling Pages in this Section. )

As Described on Page 1, As far as the Autopsy Conclusions of the fatal head shot are concerned:
Doctors Humes, Boswell Entrance - in the Back of the Head, Exit - Upper Right Side.
Doctor Finck, Entrance - in the Back of the Head, Exit - Right Sied of the Head.
And That't pretty much the gist of it. (But, YOU'RE ABOUT TO SEE WITH YOUR OWN EYES! A VERY DIFFERENT STORY.)

AND AS IN ANY COURTROOM IN OUR NATION, I BLIVE YOU HAVE TO WEIGH ALL OF THE AVAILABLE EVIDENCE . (*note, Especially in this case.)
( *Also - Only Some of the Autopsy Photos, Have Been Released or Obtained? )

THEIR WILL BE MORE ON THE JFK AUTOPSY IN THE FLOWING PAGES OF THIS SECTION.
BUT LET'S GET TO THE CRUCKS OF THE MATTER, THE REAL PROBLEMS THAT THIS SO-CALLED AUTOPSY IMAGE OF THE PRESEDENT'S HEAD REPRSENTS , AND LISSTEN TO THE DALLAS DOCTORS, EYE WITNESSESS AND THE ZAPRDER FILM THAT ALL POINT TO (*show) A LARGE EXIT WOUND IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD. (indications of a front shot!)

According to the Bethesda JFK autopsy drawings and photos ( Released ) there is a small bullet wound in the back of the head, Indicating an Entrance wound.
However
the Parkland Hospital drawing shows what appears to be a Large Exit wound in the back of the head. So unless the bullet made a U-turn ( like another magic bullet) there's a serious problem here. ( W here ALL of the Dallas Witnesses' remember seeing it , By the way Page 3 . )

ABOUT THE NEXT IMAGE:
ONE OF THE DALLAS DOCTORS ( McClelland ) WHEN HE VIEWED ( ALL ) OF THE PHOTOS OF THE PRESIDENTS AUTOPSY, WOULD SAY THAT,
"THE AUTOPSY SURGEON HAS PULLED THE LOOSE SCALP OVER THE BACK," (*NOTE, COVERED IT UP.) "AND YOU REALLY CAN'T SEE ANYTHING THEIR AT ALL."
SO THERE MUST BE AUTOPSY PHOTOS OF A LARGE HEAD WOUND IN THE BACK. (that have never been relesed Or Bootlaged.)

JFK AUTOPSY KENNEDY HEAD SHOT WOUND PHOTOS ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY PICTRUES BLOWN OFF headshot theories fatal trajectory .


Bethesda jfk Autopsy Drawing head shot and Bethesda jfk Autopsy Photo
( Note - My Arrow. )


Parkland Hospital sketch of head wound, Bethesda jfk autopsy Drawing, Bethesda jfk autopsy Photo.

I have added an arrow to the photo pointing to where the bullet actually entered the head. ( Based on the Other Hard Evidence!)

( 1 ) the Dallas Doctors at Parkland Hospital and their description of the large head shot wound in the Back of the Head .

< Warren Report. >
Dr. William Kemp Clark neurologist who most closely observed the head wound, described a large,
gaping wound in the right rear part of the head .

< END >

(And the latest punching bag for the Warren Commission defenders.)

Dr. Charles Crenshaw , one of the Doctors at Parkland who closely observed the President’s head wound , and was (largely) discovered after Oliver Stone’s research for his movie J.F.K. Dr. Crenshaw ( author of "CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE" ) I believe has quite precisely described the fatal head shot, And is as follows:

Dr. Crenshaw, trajectory
Tangential gunshot head shot wound Kennedy direction jfk assassination autopsy injury from front.

"The back wound was a side, what we call tangential, it had come in from the side hit the parietal bone springing open the parietal part of the temporal and all of the occipital."
(*note- He took the words right out of my mouth! )

( The Warren Commission chose not to have Dr. Crenshaw testify. )

Dr. Kemp Clark , "The head wound could have been either the exit wound from the neck or it could have been a tangential wound , as it was simply a large, gaping loss of tissue."

tangential - diverging from a previous course or line , erratic .

( My interpretation - the bullet entered the right side of the head ( cracked the skull ) sprang open the bone visible in the autopsy photos above, deflected off the skull towards the back of the head, creating the large Exit Wound or Defect in the Back of the Head. )

( Apparently when that bone flap was put back in place it was difficult to tell that there was a wound there at all, And Very Possibly was held in place by Mrs. Kennedy on the way to the Hospital. )


( 2 ) The Zapruder film shows the President at the time of the headshot being violently thrown BACK AND TO THE LEFT. ( The Warren Commission Defenders have sloughed this off as a Neuromuscular reaction. )

Also thanks to the work of Robert Groden ( co-author of "HIGH TREASON" ) and his (and others ) enhancement of the Zapruder film, in a few frames after the headshot
you can actually SEE the defect ( Exit Wound) in the back of the head.
( Mrs. Kennedy is wearing white gloves.) From the Zaprud er film, Grandsubversion.com CLOSE-UPs enhancements

NOW, DO YOU BELIEVE THE DALLAS DOCTORS, THE EYE WITNESSES (BELOW.)
AND YOUR OWN EYES!
autopsy jfk john f Kennedy head headshot exploded face after close up footage conspiracy wound injury photos pictures pic
( SEE ENLARGED CLOSE-UP BELOW. ) If this isn't clear enough.

Grand Subversions ( FIRST HARD EVIDENCE OF THE BACK OF THE HEAD WOUND .)
JUST AS THE DALLAS DOCTORS DISCRIBED IT. by the way.

NOW ACCORDING TO THIS AUTOPSY, THIS LARGE HEAD SHOT WOUND IN THE BACK, IS REALLY A LARGE WOUND ON THE TOP OF THE HEAD.

A BACK WOUND THE WARREN COMMISSION and it's defenders CLAIM THE DALLAS DOCTORS HAD MISTAKEN! FOR THE TOP OF THE HEAD WOUND, DESCRIBED ON PAGE ONE.

( Note- That's been Their Story, And Their Stuck with it. )

A ccording to the JFK Autopsy photos ( Page 1 ) it was the Top of the head that suffered a Massive Wound.

JUST BEFORE THE HEAD SHOT.

G.S. Close-up of The Moorman Photo head shot.
Taken within one second of the fatal head shot.
discovered by the Grand Subversion.


Now the Warren Commission Defenders will tell you that the Presidents HEAD
MOVES FORWARD, WHEN HE IS FIRST(frame 313) STRUCK IN THE HEAD, THIS IS TRUE, ( ONE Z-FRAME 314. ) (Then violently back.) One Explanation,
THE BLOWOUT IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD!


AND by the way, IT WAS THE ZAPRUDER FILM THAT CAUSED THE SECOND MAJOR INVESTIGATION OF THE JFK KENNEDY autopsy ASSASSINATION,

After being locked away FROM PUBLIC SCRUTINY by TIME-LIFE, It wouldnt be until (1975) after Robert Groden got his hands on the original, That the Zapruder film would finally be seen by the American people for the first time, and would become the rallying call for further investigations.
( During the Garrison Trial in 1969, The jury would be the first to view the film. )


Shortly after the assassination the FBI concluded that " * the film would not be of any evidentiary value . *** "
(
3 ) From the Grand Subversion , The Dallas Part I section , SOME of the Eye Witnesses.

< Warren Report > Abraham Zapruder : ( *Note, the man with the camera .)
Q: All right, as you stood here on the abutment and looked down into Elm Street, you saw the President hit on the right side of the head and you thought perhaps the shots had come from behind you.
A: "Well Yes."
< END. >


newman jfk assassination kennedy photos pictures autopsy witnesses head wound dicription conspiracy from front fatal injury location lone assassin theories temple trajectory .

Bill Newman , closest spectator to the president at the time of the headshot:
( Not called to testify (deposition) before the Warren Commission. )

"And then as the car got directly in front of us, gunshot apparently from behind us, hit the President in the side of the temple . "

(Newman was about 10-12 feet ( 3-4 meters ) Away at the time of the head shot.)

" I was looking directly at him when he was hit in the side of the head. "

< STATEMENT OF HURCHEL JACKS, TEXAS HIGHWAY PATROLMAN, MADE ON NOVEMBER 28, 1963.>

My name is Hurchel Jacks, Texas State Highway Patrolman. I was assigned on November 22, 1963, to drive the Vice President Lyndon Johnson in the Motorcade from the Airport to the Trade Mart.
***
"Before the President' a body was covered it appeared that the bullet had struck him above the right ear or near the temple. " They removed his body at that time. Reporters began to arrive. We were assigned by the Secret Service to prevent any pictures of any nature to be taken of the President's car or the inside.
< END. >


JFK ASSASSINATION PHOTOS KENNEDY AUTOPSY WITNESS HEAD SHOT WOUND location description conspiracy lone assassin injury theories fatal trajectory car

EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY Emmett J. Hudson: < Warren Report >
Mr. LIEBELER. That was when the bullet him him in the head is that correct?
Mr. HUDSON Yes it looked like it hit him somewhere along about a little bit behind the ear and a little bit above the ear.
Mr. LIEBELER. On the right-hand side or the left-hand side?
Mr. HUDSON. Right hand.
<END>

Clint Hill secret service (pictured Back of car.)
Mr. SPECTER. What did you observe as to President Kennedy's condition on arrival at the hospital?
Mr. HILL. "The right rear portion of his head was missing . It was lying in the rear seat of the car"

Philip Willis ,

JFK KENNEDY ASSASSINATION AUTOPSY CONSPIRACY PHOTOS HEAD SHOT WOUND WITNESSES
lone assassin theories location description from front injury fatal trajectory .
Philip Willis ,
Has stated, he believed shots were fired from the depository ,
but "at least one shot including the one that took the back of his head off , had to come from his ( the President’s ) right front. "

Orville Nix , who took another Historic film That Day ,
Where did he think the shots came from:
"They came From a fence, between the book depository and the rail road tracks."

John F Kennedy JFK AUTOPSY HEAD SHOT WOUND G.S. CLOSE-UP HEADSHOT CONSPIRACY BULLET DIAGRAM PATH TRAJECTORY DOCTORS GUNSHOT BRAIN INJURY.

JFK AUTOPSY HEADSHOT WOUND KENNEDY ASSASSINATION PHOTO IMAGE JOHN F WHO SHOT FROM FRONT CONSPIRACY ZAPRUDER FILM FRAME ENHANCED BRAIN MISSING GUNSHOT INJURY.

BECAUSE I DON'T THINK THEY SEE TOO GOOD.


JFK Assassination WHO KILLED KENNEDY VIDEO Autopsy head shot John F Kennedy SECOND GUNMAN SHOOTER

Reportedly from transcripts of his press conference held at Parkland Hospital after the President was pronounced dead, Kilduff would make this statement:
It is my understanding that it entered in the temple, the right temple.

JFK JOHN F KENNEDY Assassination AUTOPSY PHOTOS PICTRUES HEAD shot location temple wound from front fatal trajectory lone assassin theories injury description conspiracy blown off wetnesses.

And ( 4 ) A description of the head wound in the autopsy reports from Bethesda and is as follows:
" There is a large irregular defect of the scalp and skull on the right involving chiefly the parietal bone but extending somewhat into the temporal and occipital regions . In this region there is an actual absence of scalp and bone producing a defect which measures approximately 13 cm in greatest diameter."
Note: the size of this wound, This does not match Dr. Boswell Description of a massive wound on the Top of the Head . (jfk Kennedy autopsy.)


JFK AUTOPSY DRAWINGS . jfk assassination head shot description
wound john f kennedy dallas doctors witnesses saw seen bullets struck blowout back of from front dirction location and more.

Dr Boswell Description
10 x 17 cm missing TOP OF HEAD.


AND WHAT HAPPENED TO THE MOST IMPORTANT PIECE OF EVIDENCE, THE PRESIDENT'S BRAIN:

According to one wittiness that was present at the autopsy Paul O'connor , who was a laboratory technologist at Bethesda:
"When I first saw the pictures of the Presidents body so-called wounds , what really struck me was especially the head wound, they showed a nice little neat round bullet hole in the back of his head, when actually what I saw was the whole side of his head blowing off, IT WAS GONE. "

Among O'connor's duties that night was to remove the brain.

" What struck me was when we removed the sheet (over the head) I looked down, I said My God He didn't have any brains left, literally, I was just astounded by it, I think everybody else was too because there was just a gasp throughout the room, there was no brain to be removed at all. "

Supposable the brain was removed, but came up missing and has never been accounted for:

< Garrison Trial > Colonel Finck:
Q: Had any work been done on President Kennedy's body in regard to the performing of the autopsy by the time you got there?
A: As I recall, the brain had been removed. Dr. Humes told me that to remove the brain he did not have to carry out the procedure you carry out when there is no wound in the skull. The wound was of such an extent, over five inches in diameter, that it was not of a great difficulty for him to remove this brain , and this is the best of my recollection.
<
END. >

< ARRB > Dr. Humes:
Q. But just let me start out first: Where was the first incision made?
A. I believe, of course, the top of the skull to remove the skull plate of the brain. To remove what remained of the calvarium and to approach the removal of the brain.
Q. And was that incision simply of the scalp, or did you need to cut--
A. No, we had to cut some bone as well.
Q. Where did you make the incision on the scalp?
A. Where we usually--in the coronal plane, over the coronal suture. Of course, half of it was already--I mean, you know, it wasn't a neat incision because part of it was over the large defect that was already present .
***
Q. Who was involved in the process of removal of the brain?
A. I was.
Q. Did anyone else assist you with that?
A. Maybe J. I'm not sure now. I mean, it's not a two-man job particularly. You have to cut across the top of the spinal cord, of the medulla to--you know, you just make one incision. I mean, it's not a major thing for a lot of people to be involved with.
***
Q. Why is there no weight for the brain there?
A. I don't know. I don't really--can't really recall why.
Q. Was the fresh brain weighed?
A. I don't recall. I don't recall. It's as simple as that.
Q. Would it be standard practice for a gunshot wound in the head to have the brain weighed?
A. Yeah, we weigh it with gunshot wound or no. Normally we weigh the brain when we remove it. I can't recall why--I don't know, one, whether it was weighed or not, or, two, why it doesn't show here. I have no explanation for that.
< END >

( And might have been part of the items that came up missing from the National Archives in 1966. )

< HSCA >
In an affidavit and interview with Dr. Burkley, he informed the committee that shortly after this supplemental examination of the organs and brain, he directed the Bethesda Naval Hospital to transfer all the physical autopsy material in its possession to Bouck at the Executive Office Building. (33) Dr. Burkley stated further that Captain Stover gave him the brain in a white granite or stainless steel bucket and that he personally transferred it to the White House where it was placed in a locked Secret Service file cabinet .
***
Bouck corroborated this transfer in a memorandum dated April 26, 1965, in which he asserted that:
[s]hortly after the assassination of President Kennedy, Adm. George C. Burkley delivered to this section certain specimens, photographs, and documents relating to the autopsy.
***
Dr. Burkley clarified this issue, saying that the stainless steel container mentioned in the inventory held the brain and that he saw the bucket in April 1965
***
The memorandum also noted that after discovering in October 1966 that these items were missing , Archives personnel conducted a careful search but could not determine their location.
***
The last date these items were accounted for was the April 26, 1965 transfer of the autopsy materials to Lincoln.
***
the General Services Administration, which oversees the National Archives, decided not to pursue the search for the missing materials any further. The officials involved were apparently satisfied with knowing that the National Archives did not have any responsibility in their disappearance and did not wish to instigate trouble by pursuing any investigation.
< END. >

The Large Back of the head wound is also somewhat confirmed by Aubrey Rike of the O'Neal's Funeral Home who put the President's body in the casket , interviewed along with Paul O'connor by David S. Lifton author "BEST EVIDENCE."

FBI agents present at the autopsy " It was also apparent that a tracheotomy had been performed, as well as surgery of the head area, namely, in the top of the skull ."
( No surgery of the head was Performed at Parkland Hospital? )


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That's what the Warren Commission Defenders Believe!

They should have their head's examined
BUT THEY PROBABLY WOULDN'T FIND ANYTHING!

I WONDER, IF THE WARREN COMMISSION BELIEVED THAT?
you'll find out on the Next Page how the Commission Dealt with This PROBLEM!

( * Note- Same Way they dealt with Any Hint of Conspiracy! )

JFK KENNEDY ASSASSINATION AUTOPSY PHOTOS PICTRUES location conspiracy head shot blown off fatal trajectory .


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MORE FORM THE GRAND SUBVERSION:
( A TALE OF TWO HISTORY'S, THOSE WHO BELIEVE THE WARRAN COMMISSION AND THOSE WHO BELIEVE THEIR EYES! )

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CAN YOU NOW SEE, HOW THEY TWISTED THE TRUTH INTO A PRETZEL And have tried to talk it to DEATH ever since,
I F the American People had seen the Zapruder Film when the Warren Commission Did ( or in the 60s ), We wouldn't be havening this RIDICULOUS DEBATE.
(
THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN MARCHING TO WASHINGTON WITH CLUBS IN THEIR HANDS! ) (And I Don't Mean Maybe!)
Like throwing a light match into a can of napalm!
And by the way, That's One Reasons They Covered it Up, Vary Astute of them. ( *Along with the L.B.J. CONSPIRACY THEORIES. )

1964 The Warren Commission was in a tough spot. They Had SEEN the Zapruder Film and HEARD from the Witnesses,
They had to know what the Problem was, But they Never Even Commented On It! ( AND I WONDER WHY? )

March 6, 1975 THE ZAPRUDER FILM, FINALLY BOOTLEGGED AND SEEN BY THE AMERICAN PEOPLE,
and would become the RALLYING CALL for further investigations.

BREAKING NEW S, AMERICA:
1979 HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS (HSCA page.) jfk assassination, John f kennedy
T HE WARREN COMMISSION: The FBI's INVESTIGATION WAS IN ALL LIKELIHOOD INSUFFICIENT TO HAVE UNCOVERED A CONSPIRACY.
FAILED TO INVESTIGATE ADEQUATELY THE POSSIBILITY OF A CONSPIRACY TO ASSASSINATE THE PRESIDENT.
There was a H IGH PROBABILITY that a SECOND GUNMAN, IN FACT FRIED AT THE PRESIDENT. (*note, from the grassy knoll.)
PRESIDENT KENNEDY WAS PROBABLY KILLED AS A RESULT OF A CONSPIRACY. ( *note, Ever heard that from our National News Media?)
(* And that's about as close as we're going to get to the truth in this case, Folks.)

TO UNDERSTAND THE MOST LIKELY SUSPECTS, THAT MIGHT BE FOUND SOMEWHERE IN THE CHURCH (*or
mcclellan ) COMMITTEE HEARINGS 1975.
( AND FIND-OUT HOW GOOD WE BECAME AT OVERTHROWING GOVERNMENTS ! )

And One can only hope, We are sadder but wiser for it?

And if that wasn't clear enough for the Truth Impaired, MAYBE THIS IS:

WAS THERE AN EXIT WOUND IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD?, IF YES, CONSPIRACY!

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PRESIDENT JOHN F KENNEDY JFK HEADSHOT BACK WOUND AFTER SHOT FACE TRAJECTORY HEAD AUTOPSY HEAD injury from front BACK AND TO THE LEFT EXPLODE .
THE CONSPIRACY PROOF! , UNLESS YOU'RE BRAIN-DEAD, BRAIN-WASHED, BLIND Or a Warren Commission Defender.
SHOT FROM THE FRONT RIGHT , THE GRASSY KNOLL AREA, ( *GUNMEN IMAGES, BELOW .)

AND THAT'S ABOUT WHAT IT TAKES TO PROVE THE ZAPRUDER FILM THE EYEWITNESSES AND THE LAWS OF PHYSICS, CORRECT IN THIS CASE.

THEIR JUST ABOUT ENOUGH, TO MAKE ONES HEAD EXPLODE!
THEY THINK THEY CAN BLOW OFF ANYTHING.
( Left to them, We would never have known this TRUTH!)

A s Groucho (*Chico) Marx Would Put It:
Who are you going to believe, Them or Your Lying Eyes?

ABRAHAM ZAPRUDER
. you saw the President hit on the right side of the head. " Well Yes."

You See The Dallas Witnesses Chose to TELL THE TRUTH, and were not intimidated by,
THIS, COVER-UP COMMISSION!
( * with Oswald SHOT DEAD and the evidence pointing towards him!)

(*There's your, profiles in courage!, by the way.)


LEE HARVEY OSWALD,
TRIED AND CONVICTED BY JACK RUBY, AND THE WARREN COMMISSION!

JACK RUBY "IF YOU KNEW THE TRUE FACTS YOU'D BE AMAZED AT IT. " FROM THE HORSES MOUTH.

And Where Was Lee Oswald Headed after the JFK Assassination:
< Warren Report > Earlene Roberts:
She testified that at about 1 p.m. on November 22, after Oswald had returned to the rooming house, a Dallas police car drove slowly by the front of the 1026 North Beckley premises and stopped momentarily she said she heard its horn several times. Mrs. Roberts stated that the occupants of the car were not known to her even though she had worked for some policemen who would occasionally come by. <END.>
TEN MINUETS LATER: OFFICER TIPPIT SHOOTING, TWO BLOCKS FROM JACK RUBY'S APARTMENT!

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From The SHOTS SECTION:

At the time of the shooting, by the way!
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THE SHOTS SECTION.

NOW YOU SEE IT.

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NOW YOU DON'T?

THEIR AMAZING!

IS THE HAND QUICKER THEN THE EYE?

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< Warren Commission, Conclusion. >
"the Commissioners were almost evenly divided on the question of whether the single-bullet theory was valid." <End.>

AND THAT'S WHAT THE WARREN COMMISSION DEFENDERS CALL NO CREDIBLE EVIDENCE OF CONSPIRACY!
(
They should Read the Warren Report, About All the Credible Evidence of Conspiracy One Needs! )

(*Note - if anyone finds these MISSING BRAINS, please return them.)

< the Warren Commission Report:
. The autopsy disclosed the large head wound observed at Parkland.
>
(And There's your Warren Report, in a NUTSHELL! ) WHERE THE TRUTH, GOT SHOT IN THE HEAD.


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(Note: But the Dallas Doctors Could Only Base Their version of events on,
WHAT THEY SAW!, WITH THEIR OWN EYES! )

AND AFTER:
The John F Kennedy, JFK Assassination
The Vietnam War
The Marten Luther King JR, MLK Assassination
The Robert F Kennedy, RFK Assassination
The Pentagon Papers, Water Gate And the Zapruder Film
The American People had had a GUT FULL of Lies, Deceptions, Corruption And Cover-Ups.

As you see form above, We The People Forced our Government to admit the truth in this case, And to the most extent, THEY DID.

But there are those among us who have chosen to keep the FRAUD ALIVE , THE MOST TROUBLING ARE THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN ENTRUSTED WITH THE PROTECTION OF OUR DEMOCRACY, THE SO-CALLED FREE PRESS, AND OUR CORPORATE LICENSED NEWS MEDIA!
( that LOUD ECHO CHAMBER, For the Warren Commission Conclusions.)

Who have sat on their hind lags and Continue to Howl the Warren Commission's Flawed conclusions , AS IF THAY WERE FACT or written in stone!
(* ENOUGH OF THE BRAIN WASHING!)

Even Jack Ruby (*Rubenstein) Wanted to tell the Truth, But the FIX Was In.

MORE BROKEN NEWS:
<HSCA> The Warren Commission was incorrect in concluding that Oswald and Ruby had no significant associations, and its finding of no conspiracy was not reliable. <END.>

There's your American History Lesson for today, AND THANK YOU Mr. PRESIDENT.

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And by the way , in 1989 Nearly 90% of the American People Believed THE JFK ASSASSINATION WAS A CONSPIRACY!
(Apparently their not as Open Minded as we are.) BUT, THAT'S THE WAY IT IS.

AND THERE'S ANOTHER REASON I BELIEVE THE DALLAS DOCTORS, EYEWITNESS THE ZAPRUDER FILM AND MY OWN EYES.
"They came From a fence, between the book depository and the rail road tracks." (Below!)

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YOU SEE, THIS IS WHAT STARTED MY EXAMINATION OF, THE WARREN COMMISSION.

AND THE SO-CALLED HEAD SHOT WOUND INJURY FROM THE BACK.

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AND THAT'S MY BEST GUESS AS TO WHERE THAT HEAD SHOT WOUND, INJURY MIGHT HAVE CAME FROM.

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