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Offline Tim Nickerson

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #448 on: January 11, 2017, 08:15:15 AM »
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Gerald Posner is a lying sack of sh*t, and a plagiarist to boot.

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #449 on: January 11, 2017, 09:47:00 AM »
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Online Tony Fratini

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #450 on: January 11, 2017, 10:39:55 AM »
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Icebergs floating by your house again Tim?

How did Dr Chad Zimmerman happen to place a dot on his back at C7/T1?

What you forgot to add was this

Author's note: A small 'dot' of permanent marker was placed on the back at the cervicothoracic junction (C7/T1), slightly right of the spine. This is similar to President Kennedy and will be used as a reference point in relation to the acromion.

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So Chad conveniently left out a critical measurement used by Humes to locate the upper back wound - the RHS acromion and "decided" instead of placing a dot at C7/T1?

Garbage in Garbage out. Like you, he used a location he had no proof of.

He knew beforehand that he couldn't go any lower than T1 because that would destroy the SBT.

Come on Tim, I thought you were better than that.


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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #451 on: January 11, 2017, 10:50:00 AM »
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Icebergs floating by your house again Tim?

How did Dr Chad Zimmerman happen to place a dot on his back at C7/T1?

What you forgot to add was this

Author's note: A small 'dot' of permanent marker was placed on the back at the cervicothoracic junction (C7/T1), slightly right of the spine. This is similar to President Kennedy and will be used as a reference point in relation to the acromion.

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So Chad conveniently left out a critical measurement used by Humes to locate the upper back wound - the RHS acromion and "decided" instead of placing a dot at C7/T1?

Garbage in Garbage out. Like you, he used a location he had no proof of.

He knew beforehand that he couldn't go any lower than T1 because that would destroy the SBT.

Come on Tim, I thought you were better than that.

Tony, you would do well to take the time to understand what it is that you are responding to before you actually respond to it. Whether Zimmerman placed the mark at T2, T1, C7 or C6 is irrelevant to the point that was being made. Go back and bring yourself up to speed on what was being argued and then offer your input.

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #452 on: January 11, 2017, 11:02:30 AM »
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Tony, you would do well to take the time to understand what it is that you are responding to before you actually respond to it. Whether Zimmerman placed the mark at T2, T1, C7 or C6 is irrelevant to the point that was being made. Go back and bring yourself up to speed on what was being argued and then offer your input.

You were the one using Chad's positioning of JFK's back wound not me.

He was playing "pin the upper back wound to where I want to" Tim.

That's being a little bit cheeky is it not?

Temperature above zero?

Online John Iacoletti

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #453 on: January 11, 2017, 04:32:01 PM »
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The photographs that Finck thought had been taken obviously were not. Humes thought that the photo of the opened chest would show the contusion of the apex of the right lung. He obviously thought wrong.

Obviously.

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With enough cherry-picking, anything is "obvious".

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #454 on: January 11, 2017, 04:34:27 PM »
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I'm quite sure that the trauma room surgeons and the neurologist did not maintain that the autopsy report, the Clark Panel, and the HSCA FPP were all wrong in where they placed the large wound in the skull.

Who is more likely to accurately determine the location of a wound -- people who examine the actual body or people who examine a few photographs purporting to be of the actual body?