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#1 Robert Harris

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Posted 26 July 2011 - 07:39 PM

This is a detailed article about the bullet that fell from Governor Connally's gurney at Parkland hospital and was picked by a nurse. She showed the bullet to district attorney, Henry Wade and then gave it to officer Bobby Nolan.

Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally, and not the stretcher bullet found by Daryl Tomlinson. The evidence for this is overwhelming.

http://jfkhistory.co...ellArticle.html

#2 Daniel Gallup

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 12:22 PM

This is a detailed article about the bullet that fell from Governor Connally's gurney at Parkland hospital and was picked by a nurse. She showed the bullet to district attorney, Henry Wade and then gave it to officer Bobby Nolan.

Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally, and not the stretcher bullet found by Daryl Tomlinson. The evidence for this is overwhelming.

http://jfkhistory.co...ellArticle.html

I'm surprised no one commented on the fine article accompanying this thread. The lies spun around the honesty of Audrey Bell by the FBI are shameful. Thank you Robert Harris for this fine contribution. REgards, Daniel

#3 B. A. Copeland

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 03:17 PM

Now that is incredible news.

#4 Robert Harris

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 04:00 PM

Nice job Bob.

Can we reprint at CTKA?


Thanks. Yes, of course you can reprint it.

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 04:22 PM

This is a detailed article about the bullet that fell from Governor Connally's gurney at Parkland hospital and was picked by a nurse. She showed the bullet to district attorney, Henry Wade and then gave it to officer Bobby Nolan.

Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally, and not the stretcher bullet found by Daryl Tomlinson. The evidence for this is overwhelming.

http://jfkhistory.co...ellArticle.html




"Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally,"


Nope!


It was the one and only true "Magic Bullet"* that gave JBC the majority of his wounds.**

*Not CE399

**Excluding the wrist wound which was created by a fragment from the Z313 headshot.


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Posted 27 July 2011 - 05:13 PM


This is a detailed article about the bullet that fell from Governor Connally's gurney at Parkland hospital and was picked by a nurse. She showed the bullet to district attorney, Henry Wade and then gave it to officer Bobby Nolan.

Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally, and not the stretcher bullet found by Daryl Tomlinson. The evidence for this is overwhelming.

http://jfkhistory.co...ellArticle.html




"Obviously, THIS was the bullet that wounded Connally,"


Nope!


It was the one and only true "Magic Bullet"* that gave JBC the majority of his wounds.**

*Not CE399

**Excluding the wrist wound which was created by a fragment from the Z313 headshot.


Tom

Whatever else might be true, the FBI made the bullet or bullet fragment found by the nurse and handed over to Officer Nolan disappear from history, to be replaced by the multiple fragments Bell gave either the FBI or Secret Service, who changed Bell's "fragments" to "fragment" and had Bell as the nurse who gave the "fragment" to Nolan. So Tom Purvis, a question: Why would the FBI go to such lengths to cause a bullet or bullet fragment given to Nolan to disappear from history, if it was not involved in Connally's wounding? I can think of several reasons, but what is yours? Best, Daniel




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