2 thoughts on “Interview with James Jenkins, JFK autopsy witness”

  1. Mr. Jenkins mentions Sandra Spencer, one of the Navy photographers present at the autopsy.
    She made the point, in Josiah Thompson’s latest book, “Last Second in Dallas”, that some of the autopsy photos were taken AFTER the procedure, and after the Gawler & Sons morticians had completed their cosmetic work on he body. This explains the well published photo of a “clean” occiput of the right lower portion of the skull. The morticians previously swore that, after the autopsy, they used a rubber dam and copious amounts of plaster of Paris to conceal the large exit wound in the right lower occiput. In other words, the photo is genuine but its use as evidence of the PRE-autopsy conditon of the head is intentionally misleading.

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