I’m no expert in the medical evidence of JFK’s assassination, but Dr. David Mantik is surely correct when he emphasizes in this just-published letter to the journal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, that the interviews of medical personnel conducted by the Assassination Records Review Board, demand attention.
This line, in particular, is startling:
“The photographer, John Stringer, denies taking the extant brain photographs.“
Stringer’s testimony indicates that the existing medical evidence in the National Archives is not, in fact, evidence.
Read in context with other sworn accounts from medical personnel involved in JFK’s autopsy, Stringer’s account shows that the record of JFK’s assassination is open to question and may have been falsified.
Is there an innocent explanation for the testimony of Stringer et al? If so, I have never seen it.
Here’s what George Lardner of the Washington Post reported about the issue of JFK’s brain in 1998.