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Lab Tests on JFK Evidence Complete


imageNARA TEST REPORT 01-21-00 Scientists concluded from the test that the fibers were of non-textile origin and did not come from the clothing of John F. Kennedy, nor of John B. Connally. The Department of Justice also had speculated that the organic fragments might shed light on the assassination, but DNA analysis of them proved inconclusive.

Page_1. Lab Tests on Kennedy Assassination Evidence Now Complete
Page_2. NARA Bellardo to DOJ Robinson 1-13-00
Page_3. Memorandum of Transmittal
Page_4. Further Scientific Examination of JFK Assassination Evidence
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Page_6. Fibrous Trace Evidence Examination and Comparison
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Page_8. Examination of Suspected Biological Tissue and/or Organic Material
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Page10.Participants in the Evaluation of JFK Assassination Evidence at NARA
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Page12. Schedule of Testing Procedures
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Page14. Objects Examined
Page_15. FBI Memo to NARA Tilley 9-18-98
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Page_17. FBI Reports of Examination
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Page_19. AFIP to Tilley 9-25-98
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Page_21. AFIP Final Report - Evaluation of John F. Kennedy Assassination Evidence
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Page_23. AFIP Report Summary
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Page_26. Keeney to Freeh 1-25-96
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FBI Reply to House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) Memo from Blakey that asked: "How may one account for any alteration in number and mass of the originally-obtained ballistic evidence during the time it was in possession of the FBI and until it was turned over to NARS [National Archives] by the FBI?


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