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Who pissed off Dr. Lattimer?


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#1 Herbert Blenner

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Posted 22 January 2015 - 10:59 AM

The WC attributed the elongation of Governor Connally’s back wound to a bullet that had struck an intervening obstacle. This explanation avoided the problems caused by Dr. Shaw’s description of the wound as elliptical.

Under the guise of showing that an obstacle can tumble bullets, Dr. Lattimer published targets containing elongated holes of the rectangular kind made by tumbled bullets.
 

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This experiment undermined the earlier WC explanation of the elongated elliptical wound on Connally’s back. But Lattimer did not stop here. He noted that his tumble inducing obstacle also deflected the bullets. This observation was a slap in the face to the WC trajectory synthesis that had a bullet transit President Kennedy without deflection and tumble into the back of Governor Connally.

Lattimer’s experiment contradicted the WC on two technical points. So I wonder whether malice motived the experiment.

#2 Jim Hackett II

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Posted 29 January 2015 - 02:53 AM

Lattimer = G.I.G.O.

Obfuscation seems to be the intention.

FWIW



#3 Phil Dragoo

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Posted 29 January 2015 - 03:46 AM

Lattimer is effective as emetic in the absence of syrup of ipecac.

 

In his ridiculous experiment he says the bullet passed through Kennedy's neck striking only soft tissue.

 

Bull.

 

T-3 per Burkley.  And we happened to be able to study the human skeleton hanging in the surgeon's office.

 

The trajectory is fictitious.

 

The probability of striking bone is one hundred per cent. 

 

If the downward track bends up to exit the throat.

 

But it did not.

 

It did not transit.

 

Until the math of two shots (one of them to the head) made it necessary for the first to cause seven wounds.

 

Milicent Cranor exposes Lattimer's Big Lie about a Small Wound in Connally's Back:  http://www.history-m...eSmallWound.htm

 

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