Somebody asked me other day, “What happened to the documentary film project ‘The Parkland Doctors?” Read more
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There was no large wound in the right face. The president’s wounds were a small entrance wound in the pre-tracheal area, a large exit wound in the posterior inferior cranium and bullet entrance wound in the back at T3, 10 centimeters to the right of the spinal column.
A reader writes: Read more
Photon – March 29
….What are you trying to imply-that Perry’s Nov 22 press conference is the gold standard as to the true nature of JFK’s wounds?
By Josiah Thompson – November 15
MY COMMENTS IN CAPS:
Why would he have ”procured a .30 caliber unfired projectile that WE had placed on the stretcher cart in our reenactment.”
In his recent 6th Floor Museum talk, scholar Max Holland invokes what he calls a “consensus” of “rational” people about the origins of the gunfire that hit President Kennedy. As this interview with Dr. Robert McClelland of Parkland Hospital shows, there is no such consensus.
Dr. Red Duke, initially treated President John F. Kennedy in 1963 and became nationally famous as a medical TV host.
Bradford writes: “Just donated $63.00 [to fund the documentary “The Parkland Doctors.”] . If we all chip in what we can, this film project will become a reality and help to spread the truth.”
Watch the trailer for this important project:
On the Monday following the tragic and astonishing events in Dallas, President Kennedy’s body was laid to rest in Arlington cemetery. A host of foreign dignitaries took part, including British Prime Minister Home, French President Charles de Gaulle, and many others.
Meanwhile the federal government’s response to the assassination was taking shape. Read more
A fascinating account from one of the first three medical providers to attend to President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, reported by Canyon News in Texas.
I had never heard of this man’s account before.