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Offline Brian Walker

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CTs. Where exactly was the head wound?
« on: March 06, 2018, 05:20:12 PM »
Can anyone draw it or show a picture of where exactly it was?

Offline Gary Craig

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Re: CTs. Where exactly was the head wound?
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2018, 05:50:07 PM »
Bottom line, the description of the location of the hole in JFK's back was changed in the final draft of the

WCR to accommodate Arlen Spector's theory about a Magic Bullet causing seven wounds in JFK & JBC.

When public criticism of the WC caused the government to re-examine the autopsy photos, x-rays etc,

a photo of JFK's right lung and chest cavity, that would have showed the direction and path of that missile,

was nowhere to be found.

The same criticism noted the entry point low on the back of JFK's skull, from a bullet fired from the

6th floor SE corner TSBD, doesn't jibe with the official account of the damage. Another

government re-examination of the autopsy materials found the photos of the hole in JFK's skull at the

EOP were not in the archive. Those photos, of the inside and outside of the skull bone,

where the bullet entered, were taken specifically to show cratering.

Cratering indicates the direction the missile was fired from.

Not long after, the Clark Panel decided the original autopsy had got it wrong. It determined the photos and

x-rays show the entry point was 4 inches higher, at the cowlick. The x-rays show a trail of metal

particles high on JFK's skull. Caused, apparently, by the path of a disintegrating projectile.

Two seperate government investigations, two seperate wounds to JFK's head.
« Last Edit: March 06, 2018, 09:13:35 PM by Gary Craig »

Offline Mike Orr

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Re: CTs. Where exactly was the head wound?
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2018, 07:48:48 PM »
As per Dr. Robert McClelland , he states that there was a large exit wound in the back of the head of JFK and that Cerebellum was literally oozing out the back of JFK's head. Dr. Crenshaw saw the same wound as did others. Of course this placement of the back of the head exit wound differs from what the autopsy states and that is , there was an entry wound towards the upper back of JFK's head. As we all know, the cerebellum part of the brain is in the lower back of the head. There is no way that cerebellum tissue would come out an entry wound that is in the upper back of the head. Cerebellum brain tissue is at the back and lower part of the brain and the upper back of the head entry wound would be at the total opposite direction of the cerebellum. It's been stated that the Parkland Drs. were mistaken by where the wounds were located. The wound in the neck was said to be an entry wound by Parkland and the Autopsy at Bethesda said that neck wound was actually an exit wound which CE 399 (Single Bullet Theory) exited JFK's throat and entered John Connally's back and passed through ribs and his wrist(breaking bones) and on into his left thigh , at which time it was said to become The Magic Bullet.


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