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Researcher Joe Backes chronicles the "November In
Dallas" presentation by ARRB Staff Member, Doug Horne,
on November 20, 1998, in Dallas. This presentation gives us a
window into the inner workings of the ARRB, the statements of
the Parkland Hospital and Bethesda doctors, and true readings
of the photos of the president's body in the National Archives
today. Backes, an expert on the workings of the ARRB, presents
this comprehensive chronicle including many photos and drawings
to illustrate the points Horne made at the Lancer Conference.
Some of these drawings are being shown here for the first time.
Begin your journey through the medical evidence here: Doug Horne's presentation at JFK Lancer
Where was the President's head wound? Read the statement of Patricia Hutton, Parkland Hospital nurse that removed JFK from the limousine and assisted in Trauma Room One.
Three Patients At Parkland, article from State Journal of Medicine, dated January, 1964. It was written in late November/early December, 1963 before the 'OFFICIAL' story was set in stone.
Ford-Rankin Document: Commission member Gerald Ford changes description of the president's wounds to support the false "Single Bullet" theory.
On Saturday November 23, 1963 a fragment of bone was found in Dealey Plaza on the South side of Elm St. in the grass by a medical student, Billy Harper, who gave it to his uncle Jack Harper, who then gave it to a Dr. Cairns, Chief of Pathology at Methodist Hospital near Dallas, Texas. It has since disappeared.
The transcript of the phone conversation between Acting Attorney General Ramsey Clark and President Lyndon Johnson Re: Autopsy Photos. Besides the transcript, there is background information on the autopsy photos, Humes' testimony, the dates/possession of the autopsy materials and more. Former ARRB Analyst Doug Horne contributed to this information.
Boswell and Finck at National Archives The autopsy physicians
were requested by the Department of Justice to examine the x-rays
and photographs for the purpose of determining whether they are
consistent with the autopsy report. According to Dr. Humes, photos
were missing but the doctors's signed off of the photos anyway.
Read transcript above.
Note: On November 23, 1963, James K. Fox, the Secret Service photographic expert, was given the autopsy film holders by JFK's personal physician, Admiral George Burkley, and told to develop them. At that time he made three sets of black and white autopsy photo prints at the Secret Service lab. On November 27, 1963, additional official copies were made at the Naval Processing Center. Copies of these photos were later given to JFK assassination researcher Mark Crouch who then made them available to JFK researchers. After Crouch’s death, JFK researcher Walt Brown, PHD., was given the original copies of the Fox set. He continues to make them available for study.
In 1992, the autopsy photos were specifically exempted from the JFK Records Act. ARRB Senior Staffer Doug Horne stated at the JFK Lancer 1998 Conference that these unofficial photos are cropped differently and are not as clear as the originals in the National Archives. Viewing the "Fox Set" is the only way this evidence available to the public.
Articles on Lancer Independent News Exchange:
Dr. Burkley Memo, what other suppressed
documents have yet to reveal to all but "responsible"
officials? from Gary Aguilar, M.D.
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