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#1 Douglas Caddy

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 07:47 PM

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#2 Greg Burnham

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 09:09 PM

When I interviewed Noguchi some 15 years ago he stated, unequivocally, that the shot which killed RFK could not have been fired from in front.

He further said that unless RFK had turned nearly 180 degrees, thus facing away from Sirhan (something that none of the witnesses saw) and then, only if Sirhan had advanced another 3 feet toward the Senator (something none of the witnesses saw), and fired the fatal shot at point-blank-range (no more than 2-3 inches maximum according to Noguchi), it was his professional opinion as the Chief Medical Examiner that Sirhan could not have fired the fatal shot. Noguchi was as adamant about that conclusion as Cyril Wecht and David Mantik are about JFK's autopsy being fraudulent.

In the RFK case, Noguchi was the actual Medical Examiner who conducted the autopsy. Very powerful first hand evidence, indeed.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 04:55 AM

When people are told that the shot that killed RFK was from 1in behind his head. That Sirhan was in front of RFK. their response is that Sirhan moved behind RFK and shot him without anyone noticing him doing it.

#4 Myra Bronstein

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 08:06 AM

When I interviewed Noguchi some 15 years ago he stated, unequivocally, that the shot which killed RFK could not have been fired from in front.

He further said that unless RFK had turned nearly 180 degrees, thus facing away from Sirhan (something that none of the witnesses saw) and then, only if Sirhan had advanced another 3 feet toward the Senator (something none of the witnesses saw), and fired the fatal shot at point-blank-range (no more than 2-3 inches maximum according to Noguchi), it was his professional opinion as the Chief Medical Examiner that Sirhan could not have fired the fatal shot. Noguchi was as adamant about that conclusion as Cyril Wecht and David Mantik are about JFK's autopsy being fraudulent.

In the RFK case, Noguchi was the actual Medical Examiner who conducted the autopsy. Very powerful first hand evidence, indeed.


Very powerful.
Odd that the CNN article never mentions Noguchi and his conclusion.



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