Here's the reissued 1992 book about what the doctors at Parkland Hospital in Dallas saw on the day of the assassination.
Written by one of them, Dr Charles Crenshaw.
These emergency room doctors were the first medical professionals to see JFK and examine JFK after the shooting. They had al seen gunshot wounds -- and knew an entry wound when they saw one.
All of them recognized JFK's throat wound as an entry wound. Yet, their testimony was not included in the Warren Commission Report. The answer why not? is obvious. Their testimony would haver exposed the official story for what it was -- a lie.
The doctors at Parkland were warned to never speak about what they had seen. They feared for their lives if they told what they knew. But one of them spoke out anyway. MHG