(PART 454)


CE 903 depicts a bullet path on the TOP of the shoulder and NOT six inches lower, where the...

...autopsy report said it was

...face sheet said it was

...autopsy photos show it was.


CE903 perfectly illustrates the SBT bullet path. Absolutely perfectly.

If Arlen Specter's pointer (in CE903) were to be repositioned a little to his left (which, of course, is a location that Specter didn't have the luxury of placing the simulated bullet hole, because Arlen didn't feel like murdering the person standing in for John Kennedy), it would place the "wound" in the UPPER BACK of the JFK stand-in....just as the inimitable Jean Davison pointed out in January 2007:

"To my knowledge, [nobody] has ever explained how moving the back wound up to THE NECK supports the SBT. Nobody CAN support it, because moving the entry to the neck would destroy the WC's SBT trajectory, not strengthen it. Again I'll refer you to CE 903. Although Specter didn't drill a hole in the stand-in's body and drive the rod through it, had he done so, the entry would be in the upper back, not in the neck. There's a string on the wall above his hand that shows an angle of about 18 degrees -- that's the approximate angle measured by a surveyor during the re-enactment and the one the WC used for its SBT. If the rod is moved up to the neck, the bullet will exit well above the exit wound under JFK's Adam's apple. Or take a look at this photo of JFK. Try drawing a line of c.18 degrees backward from the knot in JFK's tie. Where does it come out? Upper back, right? The claim that Ford's change "strengthens" the WC's SBT is simply not true. If I haven't made my point by now, I give up."
-- Jean Davison; January 2, 2007

David Von Pein
March 14, 2009