I certainly hope you did not think that I was accusing Robert Kennedy of thievery because you knew of that book
and I had said that he might have removed the brain for forensic evidence purposes if he might be in position to
hunt down the murderers of his brother. I was not considering the extra brains put out as JFK's, and I was
responding to Judge Tunheim's thought that the JFK brain might have been interred with the corpse at some
later date. But this was not possible according to other information which was added to this topic by Greg.
Robert Kennedy, as immediate family member,. had every right to make decisions about such things, I think.
If I were to put myself in his position, it is what I would have done.
We do not know the exact chain of possession of the JFK brain in formalin solution, but it must have been
given to JFK's physician. There is mention that it was under (of all people) Evelyn Lincoln's possession
at some point before being turned over to Robert Kennedy's secretary Angela Novello. Do we know where it was
actually put? In the National Archive I in Washington D.C., or in each of their offices, which were not
very secure. An expert locksmith could open a lock on a footlocker very easily.
Then we also have the question, if we want to go there, who would want to take the
brain to destroy it? Naturally, the murders would not want any evidence remaining which
would contradict that wonderful "Oswald-did-it" story of theirs.