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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 AND SO BOTCHED THAT EVEN THE WARREN COMMISSION DEFENDERS WILL ADMIT THIS.
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 THOUGHT, UNDER A TRACHEOTOMY INCISION PERFORMED AT PARKLAND.
THE PRESIDENTS BRAIN WAS NOT WEIGHTED NOT X-RAY'ED AND IT'S WARE BOUTS WAS AND IS UNKNOWN.
THE CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE PHOTOS THE DRAWING AND THE X-rays.
THEIR WILL BE MORE ON THE JFK AUTOPSY IN THE FLOWING PAGES OF THIS
BUT FIRST LET'S GET TO THE CRUCKS OF THE MATTER THE REAL PROBLEMS THAT THIS SO-CALLED IMAGE OF THE PRESEDENT'S HEAD REPRSENTS, AND LISSTEN TO THE DALLAS DOCTORS, EYE WITNESSESS AND THE ZAPRDER FILM THAT SHOWS A LARGE WOUND IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD.
According to the Bethesda autopsy drawings and photos (Released) there is a
small bullet wound in
the back of the head, Indicating an Entrance
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.
I have added an arrow to the photo, pointing to where I believe the bullet actually entered the head.
I Base this on FOUR FACTORS:
( 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 >
Dr. Charles Crenshaw, one of the Doctors at Parkland who closely observed the Presidents head wound, and was (largely) discovered after Oliver Stones 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:
|"The back wound was a side, what we
call tangenial, it had come in from the side
hit the parietal bone springing open the parietal part of the temporal and
all of the occipital."
(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."
( My interpretation - the bullet entered the right side of the head ( cracked the skull ) sprang open the bone visible in the 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 thrir was a wound there at all, And Apparently it 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 throwing BACK AND TO HIS 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 what appears to be the defect (Exit Wound) in the back of the head.
NOW, DO YOU BELIEVE THE DALLAS DOCTORS, THE EYE WITNESSES AND YOUR OWN EYES, ( BEST IMAGE IS ON THE HOME PAGE. )
Grand Subversions (FIRST HARD EVIDENCE OF THE BACK OF THE HEAD WOUND.)
THE IMAGE THAT THE WOREN COMMISSION DEFENDER'S,
( Mrs. Kennedy is wearing white gloves.) From the Zapruder film, Grandsubversion.com CLOSE-UPs enhancements
|According to the Autopsy photos ( Page 1 ) it was the Top of the head that suffered a Massive Wound.|
Close-up of The Moorman Photo.
Taken within one second of the head shot.
JUST BEFORE THE HEAD SHOT.
Incidentally, After being locked away FROM PUBLIC
SCRUTINY by TIME-LIFE, It wouldn�t 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 Witnesses.
< Warren Report >
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. >
closest spectator to the president at the time of the
"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 12-15 feet ( 4-5 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,
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. >
|Malcolm Kilduff, acting Press secretary for the
Reportedly from transcripts of his press conference held at Parkland
Hospital after the President was pronounced dead, Kilduff would make this
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
Note: the size of this wound, This does not match Dr. Boswell Description of a massive wound on the Top of the Head. (jfk autopsy.)
Dr Boswell Description
10 x 17 cm missing TOP OF HEAD.
Entrance wound is the smaller wound.
Exit wound is the larger wound.
For the laymen like myself, the skull In general ( very general ):
Temporal = region around the ear.
Parietal = just above the ear and extending to the top and towards the back.
occipital = a somewhat circular pattern around the center of the back. ( covering most of the back of the head.)
AND WHAT HAPPEN TO THE MOST IMPORTANT PIECE OF EVIDENCE, THE PRESIDENT'S BRAIN:
According to one wittiness that was present at the autopsy
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 it 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."
|Rike: "when we picked him (
*the President ) up you could feel the mushy part of the brain
and the brain, the bone was kind of putting enough pressure on my hand that
you knew that there was a jagged portion of it, but it wasn't cutting my
hand or anything, but you could still feel that through the sheets, as I
was raising the head up and had my hand behind his head."
"But one of the questions I was interested in was that [inaudible] when he got to Bethesda I understand that he didn't have a brain."
O'connor: "No it was most ah mostly 99% blowing away."
|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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Parkland Hospital PAGES 1 - 4
|Bethesda Autopsy PAGES 1 - 5|
Arrival and treatment at Parkland Hospital.
2 Parkland description of head wound vs Autopsy
3 THROAT WOUND
4 THE BODY SNATCHERS
MORE IN AUTOPSY SECTION.
2 THE SERIOUS PROBLEMS
3 Dallas Doctors Testimony,
HEAD and THROAT WOUND
The Back Wound and the finding of the
5 Presidents clothing, x-rays,
Dallas Doctors view Autopsy Photos AFTER 25 YEARS
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