JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
TOM ROSSLEY SAID [QUOTING FROM THE TESTIMONY OF DR. TOM SHIRES]:
Mr. SPECTER. Focusing on the time sequence---what did Governor Connally say as to the timing, number one, the time he was hit, and number two, the time he had heard a sound, and number three, the time he turned-those three factors? In what sequence did he relate them?
Dr. SHIRES. As he recalled it, he heard a shot, he turned to the right and felt himself receiving a shot--in that order--in a matter of a few seconds.
Mr. SPECTER. Where did he feel himself receive a shot?
Dr. SHIRES. In the right chest.
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Tom Rossley's insane theory about Governor Connally's chest wound being one of ENTRY instead of exit is even more ludicrous after reading Dr. Shires' testimony cited by Rossley above -- because it's not really even SHIRES that's making the statement (i.e., Shires is speaking for CONNALLY there).
And, as we all know, John Connally himself never once even HINTED at the idea that he was shot from the FRONT.
Later in Dr. Shires' testimony [at 6 H 109-110], he makes the following comments that Rossley conveniently ignores, with Shires talking about how Connally's doctors pretty much ALL were of the opinion that Connally had been shot by just ONE BULLET:
DR. GEORGE THOMAS SHIRES -- "We all thought, me included, that this was probably one missile, one bullet."
ARLEN SPECTER -- "When you say 'we all thought', whom do you mean by that?"
DR. SHIRES -- "Dr. Shaw, Dr. Gregory--as we were reconstructing the events in the operating room in an attempt to plot out trajectory as best we could, this appeared to be our opinion. .... Everyone was under the impression this was one missile--through and through the chest, through and through the arm and the thigh."
David Von Pein
April 13, 2009
Posted By: David Von Pein