Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:46 PM
Below on Dr.Perry from scroll down a little...
On 11/22/63 UPI reported that Perry had said, “There was an entrance wound below the Adam's apple.”
The New York Times reported, “... Dr. Malcolm Perry … [said] Mr. Kennedy was hit by a bullet in the throat, just below the Adam's apple … This wound had the appearance of a bullet's entry ... .On 11/23/63, the Dallas Morning News reported, “The front neck hole was described as an entrance wound,” and it quoted Perry to say, “It did however appear to be the entrance wound at the front of the throat.” These press accounts, and others like them, accurately reflect the fact that at no time during the press conference did Perry allow for any other possibility than that the throat wound was an entrance wound.
How did the Warren Report describe Perry’s press conference statements? It reported, “Dr. Perry... stated to the press that a variety of possibilities could account for the President's wounds.” (Emphasis added) Whereas numerous press reports had accurately described Perry’s belief the wound was one of entrance, the Warren Report cited only the New York Herald Tribune’s vague and less accurate version. Ironically, Perry wasn’t easily dislodged from his original position.
The day after the murder Boston Globe medical reporter, Herbert Black, asked Perry how the throat wound could have been an entrance wound if the gunman was behind the President. Perry answered, “It may have been that the President was looking sideways with his head thrown back when the bullet or bullets struck him.”..It is of interest that, after discussing what was visible in the Zapruder film, Life Magazine offered this same explanation on December 18th for JFK’s throat wound – that JFK had turned toward the sniper’s nest just before being shot.The Zapruder film, however, discloses no such turn. Neither the Warren Commission, nor Life Magazine, nor the government, ever corrected Life’s error. This mischaracterization became but one of many exhibits cited by skeptics in criticizing the media’s handling of JFK murder.
How Five Investigations Into JFK's Medical/Autopsy Evidence Got It Wrong
by Dr. Gary Aguilar and Kathy Cunningham. This extensive nine-part essay takes on the seemingly reasonable question of how the official JFK investigations could possibly be all wrong about the medical evidence for or against a single gunman. The result is a devastating critique of those analyses. With over 200 links to reports, testimony, pictures, and audio recordings, this essay is a great detailed introduction to a sorry history of missing photographs, burned notes, failed camera matches, biased investigations, ignored and mis-represented evidence, and the recent emergence of abundant formerly-secret witness testimony which directly contradicts the official findings.
Dr/Charles Carrico and Dr.Malcolm Perry WC...scroll down
APPENDIX - TABLES AND FIGURES : Photos
FBI Investigation.....there are vast amounts held by them, this website includes only a tiny sampling ,chosen because of their importance..
The First Investigation The WC..
The Core of the Forensic Case
V. THE ‘LAST’ INVESTIGATION – THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS
ARRB Master Set of Medical Exhibits
Nara Evidence Blanket, Bag, Rods
The Last Link "What We Learned:" is no longer available from the History Site... blink.gif
Lessons learned from 40 years of cover-up; rex Bradford
Posted 03 April 2014 - 10:11 AM
Sorry, Bernice. No links to the 6th Floor allowed.
"Too often we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought." -- JFK
"It is difficult to abolish prejudice in those bereft of ideas. The more hatred is superficial, the more it runs deep." -- Farewell America (1968)
“The ancient Greek definition of happiness was the full use of your powers along lines of excellence." -- JFK
"A wise man can act a fool, but a foolish man can never act wise." -- Unknown
Posted 07 April 2014 - 01:23 PM
JFK 50 Years
This is a new website, created by the JFK Presidential Library and Museum, celebrating the legacy of the JFK presidency. You will find timelines, audio clips, photos and easily downloadable resources available for creating your own presentations
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