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Online Fred Litwin

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JFK Revisited Distorts John Stringer's Testimony
« on: November 24, 2021, 02:14:08 PM »
JFK Revisited Distorts John Stringer's Testimony
Oliver Stone's so-called documentary makes it seem that autopsy photographer John Stringer disputed the authenticity of the photographs of JFK's brain. Nothing could be further from the truth. Stone and DiEugenio distort his testimony to make him say something he didn't.

https://www.onthetrailofdelusion.com/post/jfk-revisited-distorts-john-stringer-s-testimony

Offline Jon Banks

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Re: JFK Revisited Distorts John Stringer's Testimony
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2021, 04:20:06 PM »
Stringer has given inconsistent statements on Kennedyís wounds and the autopsy photos but in his example I believe itís due to memory lapses, not malice.

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8/26/72: Occiput had large defect

Lifton: [W]as the main damage to the skull on the top, or in the back?

Stringer: In the back.

Lifton: ...High In the back, or lower In the back?

Stringer: Oh, the occipital part in the back there  (garbled) up above the neck.

Lifton: ÖIn other words, the main part of his head that was blasted away was in the occipital part of the skull?

Stringer: Yes. the back part. [Tape played for Stringer in 1996, p78]


https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/TracesOfWitnessTampering/TracesOfWitnessTampering.htm

Stringer wasnít alone. Several witnesses between Parkland hospital and the autopsy recalled seeing a large wound in the right-rear of Kennedyís skull (which the autopsy photos donít show).

It would be easy to dismiss as just an inaccurate recollection if there werenít so many witnesses who described the head wound that way.

Online W. Tracy Parnell

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Re: JFK Revisited Distorts John Stringer's Testimony
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2021, 05:11:21 PM »
Excellent job Fred. Look forward to the report on Knudson.

 

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