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Old 11-24-2013, 10:58 PM   #113
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Originally Posted by mhgaffney View Post
James Files says he fired one shot at JFK from the grassy knoll -- using a Remington fireball -- with scope. He says he used a mercury bullet -- which would explain the huge hole in the back of JFK's head.

That's a 22 caliber shell.

Back in the 1990s a former FBI agent began proceedings to exhume JFK's remains to examine the skull. If mercury was used it should still be in evidence. The agent came down with a very aggressive cancer and was dead in a matter of weeks -- before he succeeded in procuring a court order.

Needless to say, his mysterious death has raised questions.

The small size of the hole in JFK's right temple establishes the fact it was an entry wound. This was the conclusion of the doctors at Parkland hospital. MHG
You must be blind. The Zapruper film shows his right temporal skull exploding in possibly the most graphic fashion imaginable. That is not an entrance wound, nor did it leave a "small hole."

The point in which the president becomes initially wounded causes a visible and simultaneous pain reflex by both the president and the governor. JFK's anterior neck exit wound was so insignificant that a surgical tracheostomy obscured it. The governor's wounds caused by the same shot were relatively insignificant as well, despite passing through two people and glancing off vertebrae/ribs/radius. There is no way the same type of bullet that caused the initial wounds was similar to the one that caused JFK's temporal scalp to violently explode. The entire anterior neck would have similarly exploded.
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