JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
JOHN CANAL SAID:
>>> " "SLIGHTLY ABOVE" is four inches?" <<<
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Do you think the white piece of brain tissue at the hairline, then, is "above" the EOP?
My main point (in a previous forum post) concerning the autopsy photo and the autopsy report being "in tandem" proof that the cowlick area was the location of the entry hole for Oswald's bullet was:
The autopsy docs knew the entry wound was ABOVE the EOP. And the ONLY possible mark/object on the back of JFK's head that could even remotely be considered a "hole" for a bullet's entry is the red spot in the autopsy photo, which is certainly "above" the EOP, as the autopsy report indicates.
The "slightly" remark is "slightly" off, however...I'll readily admit that. But, maybe Humes DID consider that (approx.) 4 inches of physical space between the EOP and the entry wound to be only "slightly above" the EOP.
Actually, quite obviously Dr. Humes, in November of 1963, DID consider that amount of physical space between the wound and the EOP to be only "slightly above" the EOP. Otherwise, he wouldn't have placed those words in the final autopsy report at all.
David Von Pein
August 14, 2008
Posted By: David Von Pein