How do LNers explain the white patch?


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Online Gerry Down

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Re: How do LNers explain the white patch?
« Reply #8 on: August 06, 2022, 10:19:59 PM »
This is a prime example of an issue that WC apologists are simply unable to explain and that they therefore ignore. The white patch is over 1,000 times brighter than the same area in a normal skull x-ray. Equally suspicious is that the white patch's location covers most of the area of the right-rear part of the skull where dozens of witnesses reported seeing a large wound. Another suspicious aspect of the patch is its size and shape: it is relatively oval and about 3 inches in diameter at its widest point.

The brightness of the white patch means that the bone in that area is far, far thicker than the bone in the same area on human skulls, an obvious impossibility. Tellingly, no such patch appears on any of JFK's pre-mortem x-rays.

Of course, the white patch is clear evidence of alteration. But WC apologists will never admit this because they are not interested in facts but in defending the lone-gunman myth.

Could it be the rubber patch the autopsy doctors said was put on the right rear of JFK's skull because bone was missing in that area? I wonder how the type of rubber that was used shows up on x ray.

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Re: How do LNers explain the white patch?
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Online Michael T. Griffith

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Re: How do LNers explain the white patch?
« Reply #9 on: August 07, 2022, 01:50:11 PM »
Could it be the rubber patch the autopsy doctors said was put on the right rear of JFK's skull because bone was missing in that area? I wonder how the type of rubber that was used shows up on x ray.

Rubber would not have the optical density that the white patch has. Dr. Mantik and Dr. Chesser have actually discovered how the white patch was created: it was made via double exposure.

If the white patch were authentic, it would mean that the area extending from the patch to the other side of the skull was almost solid bone, and that this bone had nearly the same density as the petrous bone, the densest bone in the body. It goes without saying that both propositions are medically impossible--well, unless JFK was born with a severely deformed skull that had a 3-inch-diameter bone that ran from one side of the skull to the other, that ran from side to side from an area behind the ears that consisted of part of the parietal bone and part of the occipital bone.

The white patch occupies most of the region that dozens of witnesses said contained a large hole. Some medical personnel who saw the wound said that cerebellar tissue was visible in the wound, which is important because cerebellar tissue is easily distinguished from other brain tissue and is located only in the back of the head.

The white patch may also have been intended to conceal the fragment trail that the autopsy doctors said ran from slightly above the EOP to just above the right eye. No such fragment trail is visible on the extant x-rays. Equally suspicious is the fact that the autopsy doctors made no mention of the fragment trail at the top of the head, even though it is readily visible even to a layman. The only innocent explanation for these facts is that all three autopsy doctors made the mind-boggling "mistake" of mistaking the fragment trail at the top of the head for a fragment trail that began at the EOP.

Why didn't the autopsy doctors mention the high fragment trail, the one just below the top of the skull? Because two fragment trails--the high trail and the trail starting at the EOP--meant that two bullets hit the skull. Since they found the EOP entrance wound, they could not link that wound to a fragment trail several inches higher. So, the high fragment trail had to be ignored.

When the conspirators altered the x-rays after the autopsy, they realized the same problem, in addition to the enormous problem that the EOP entry wound could not have come from the sixth-floor window unless Kennedy had been leaning forward by some 60 degrees. So, the low fragment trail had to be concealed, and the EOP entry wound had to be moved up by several inches to at least appear to line up with the high fragment trail.


 

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