When she spoke to the ARRBm Petty Officer Sandra K. Spencer, developed films for a Federal Agent, named Fox.
These are some of her comments regarding them
On November 23, 1963, she received three or four duplex film holders (six or eight shots) of color negatives from a federal agent named Fox, which she understood to be autopsy photographs. She developed the negatives, made prints and gave all materials back to Fox.
The president's body was "very clean" unlike other autopsy photographs she had seen.
There was a circular wound at the base of the front of the president's neck, about the size of a person's thumb.
There was a wound in the back of the president's head, at about the center, 3 or 4 inches above the hairline. It was about 2 to 2.5 inches wide, which she described as a "blown out chunk."
She saw no damage to the side of the president's head.
She could not tell whether or not there was damage to the top of the head because the negatives she processed did not show it.
Sounds like she fully supports the original statements of the Parkland Doctors.
How come we never saw any of these photos?