It's also worth noting the Gawler's Funeral Home first call sheet states under remarks: Body removed from METAL SHIPPING CASKET at USNH at Bethesda: https://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk/arrb/master_med_set/md129/html/md129_0001a.htm

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Mar 7Liked by Brad Foley

Dr. Boswell testified before the ARRB that the perpendicular wound visible on the autopsy photos above JFK's right eye, at the hairline, was "an incised wound." The assassins had no means to incise a wound, and the doctors at Parkland did not operate on the president's head.

So who "incised" this frontal entry wound? Who had access to the body at Bethesda BEFORE the formal autopsy was conducted? Why, could it be...Dr. Boswell?

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When you talk to Warrenites, they often bring up the fact that Cyril Wecht was the lone dissenter to the Single Bullet Theory on the HSCA forensic panel and therefore not credible, as if truth is determined by majority vote. Sometimes they ask whether it’s really possible that all the other members of the panel could have been blackmailed, threatened or otherwise intimidated into voting in favor of the SBT. If anyone asks you this, your answer should be simple: HELL, YES.

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Mar 7·edited Mar 8

Great work. The medical evidence will bring down the house of cards.

So that's why the nation's greatest pathologists weren't called. They were (1) honest, and (2) couldn't be ordered what to do or what not to do or be threatened with court-martial for disobeying. So they called Laurel and Hardy, er Humes and Boswell, neither of whom had conducted a gunshot autopsy in their entire careers.

Is there any doubt that the general directing the autopsy was none other than ultra-right-wing cigar-smoking war criminal Curtis "Bombs Away" LeMay who hated JFK's guts?

Weren't all the doctors at Parkland attending JFK told never to speak of what they saw? So much for freedom of speech.

Dr. Malcolm Perry was pressured by a Secret Service agent to change his opinion that the throat wound was an entrance wound. Perry said the wound was small, about the size of a .25 caliber bullet, and that he had to expand it a bit for the purpose of the tracheotomy. After seeing the famous photo of JFK on the autopsy table with a massive throat wound (suggesting an exit wound), Perry stated that that was not his work. Years later when the SS agent was confronted about pressuring Perry to change his opinion, he said he had been ordered to do that (i.e. suborn perjury, a felony).

Land of the free? What a crock of b.s. This is the kind of lawlessness and misconduct we are taught exists in the worst governments and dictatorships in the world.

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Mar 13·edited Mar 14

The standard smear now for anyone disagreeing with any mainstream narrative is to call them "a conspiracy theorist." That's how we are all dismissed by the mainstream media and have been since 11/22/63.

The pro-censorship Democrats are now arguing that the social media companies have the right to censor speech even if it is true and lawful and that government agencies like the FBI have the right to "suggest" to the companies who is in violation of their policies and should be censored:



In other words, the American people can't handle the truth. We need minders to decide for us what information we should have. Is it any surprise Biden and his administration are fighting hard to keep the JFK papers secret?

"The style of the new anti-speech Democrat is clear: define all government critics as lacking standing to criticize, impugn their prior opinions and associations, imply that all their beliefs are conspiracy theory, define their lack of faith in the FBI’s judgment as treasonous, and declare their motivation to be financial. Lastly, when they invoke common constitutional rights, make a note that their activities exist in an uncovered carve-out." Matt Taibbi

Reminiscent of East Germany and the Stasi.

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Mar 8·edited Mar 9

It’s incomprehensible to me how the shallow-bullet-wound story survives perhaps even more stubbornly than the single bullet theory. 

The simplest explanation for the hole in the back is as the exit wound to the corresponding entrance wound in the throat.

In fact, you could draw an Arlen Specter style straight line from the hole in the jacket to the hole in the shirt to the hole in the back to the hole in the throat to the hole in the windshield to the nooks and crannies of the triple underpass. 

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