“Purpose—To solve the mystery of the 6.5 mm “metallic” object on President John F. Kennedy’s anterior-posterior (AP) skull X-ray. This image was not seen or reported during the official autopsy on November 22, 1963 [JFK Facts emphasis added], but first appeared in the historical record in 1968 with the release of the Clark Panel Report.”
Source: Open Journal Systems
The vertical arrow points to a bullet fragment not found in JFK’s autopsy
“According to investigative journalist Jim Marrs, a new study of JFK’s autopsy reveals falsification of X-ray evidence. Marrs, author of the best-selling book, “Crossfire,” claims that the famous bullet fragment depicted in the autopsy X-ray is an artifact superimposed on the X-ray after JFK’s autopsy.
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: Read more
Last year I appeared on a PBS Show “NOVA: Cold Case JFK.”
Dr. David Mantik published an extended critique of the show on the Citizens for Truth about the Kennedy Assassination Web site.
Josiah Thompson also complained about the show’s marshaling of evidence.