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The Seven Big Lies of the Medical Evidence and the Shot That Killed JFK is the story of seven obvious and outrageous lies manufactured by federal insiders from 1963 through 1979 to disguise the fact that President Kennedy was hit by more than two bullets. It is known that a bystander was hit by a nearby bullet ricochet, and therefore that three or more bullets striking the President meant four or more shots. Since only three spent cartridge cases were found in the sniper's nest, this would decisively exclude the idea that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone, unaided sniper who killed the President. Conspiracy theorists generally believe that the President's autopsy was falsified, but the author maintains that the data accumulated at Parkland Hospital and at the autopsy were largely correct, although greatly constrained by the military authorities who prevented the autopsy pathologists from dissecting the President's neck, sectioning his brain, or examining his clothing. Instead, the avalanche of lies and distortions of the medical evidence started at the close of the autopsy around midnight, November 22, 1963, and has continued to this day, aided and abetted by a complacent and compliant mass media. One of these lies is shown on the back cover of this book. One panel shows Warren Commission Exhibit 386, depicting the President's head wounds. The Commission maintained that a small wound at the base of the President's skull was an entrance wound, and that the larger wound above was the corresponding exit wound. The doctors at Parkland Hospital, Secret Service staff, and the autopsy pathologists at Bethesda Naval Hospital all noted a huge gaping hole in the back of the President's head, as shown in Warren Commission Exhibit 386. A second panel shows Exhibit F-48 from the House Select Committee on Assassinations, which investigated the assassination from 1976 through 1979. The exhibit is a medical drawing of a photograph allegedly taken at the autopsy and deposited in the National Archives. This exhibit shows the back of the President's head to be undamaged, and in fact, almost every hair is in place as if he just stepped off Air Force One. In the Warren Commission version the President has a huge hole in the back of his head, and in the House Select Committee version the back of his head is undamaged. One of these has to be a lie, and it is clear that the House Select Committee exhibit is the fabrication. It does not in any way resemble any of the data that were officially recorded by the doctors at Parkland Hospital, the President's autopsy, and by the Warren Commission.Also discussed in this book:* Analysis of the House Select Committee on Assassinations acoustic data, combined with the anatomic data and the Zapruder film shows that President Kennedy was struck by three bullets.* The President was killed instantly by the second shot to strike him, which came from the general location of the sixth floor sniper's nest, above and behind the President.* The President was already dead when he was struck by the third shot, the so-called "head shot", which likely came from behind the fence overlooking the grassy knoll.* Sexually extreme individuals predominate at the upper and lower echelons of the assassination plot.
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