JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
JOHN CANAL SAID:
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
As if the alternate (lighter) versions of the BOH [back-of-the-head] photo or the lateral X-ray [of JFK's head] show something COMPLETELY DIFFERENT from the versions I have used in my Internet postings.
What a crock.
No wonder he wants to remain "anonymous".
And I guess the HSCA's/FPP's determination regarding the location of JFK's large head wound is supposed to be tossed aside too (in favor of some oddball "alternative" theory, like Mr. Canal's), correct?:
"The head exit wound was not in the parietal-occipital area, as the Parkland doctors said. They were wrong. Since the thick growth of hair on Kennedy's head hadn't been shaved at Parkland, there's no way for the doctors to have seen the margins of the wound in the skin of the scalp. All they saw was blood and brain tissue adhering to the hair. And that may have been mostly in the occipital area because he was lying on his back and gravity would push his hair, blood, and brain tissue backward, so many of them probably assumed the exit wound was in the back of the head.
"But clearly, from the autopsy X-rays and photographs and the observations of the autopsy surgeons, the exit wound and defect was not in the occipital area. There was no defect or wound to the rear of Kennedy's head other than the entrance wound in the upper right part of the head." -- DR. MICHAEL BADEN; AS TOLD TO AUTHOR VINCENT BUGLIOSI VIA TELEPHONE CONVERSATION OF JANUARY 8, 2000; PAGES 407-408 OF "RECLAIMING HISTORY: THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY" (c.2007)
Repeating a very important part of Dr. Baden's above comments (for extra effect and emphasis):
"There was no defect or wound to the rear of Kennedy's head other than the entrance wound in the upper right part of the head." -- M. Baden; January 2000
David Von Pein
July 16, 2008
Posted By: David Von Pein