CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Mark Lane, famed Civil Rights attorney and author of the best-selling book, "Rush to Judgment," which detailed the facts of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, died late last night at his home in Charlottesville, Virginia, at the age of 89. Lane, who was with his wife, Trish, at the time, suffered a heart attack and collapsed in her arms. He is survived by his wife and his three daughters, Anne Marie, Christina and Vita.
First, let me say that Pat Speer's website is very informative and-dare I say it- entertaining; great stuff. In fact, Pat is someone I unabashedly admire. I may be an expert on the Secret Service angle of the case (and above-average on the medical side) but Pat is a savant--a genius---with regard to the entire case! If DVP ever has you disillusioned, go to Pat's website: it totally debunks, 100 percent, anything DVP writes.
November 16 entry-"Only one Parkland doctor is interviewed, Dr. Kenneth Salyer. Salyer describes the large head wound as an "obvious severe injury of the right head and cranium." This sidesteps, of course, that most of his colleagues initially believed the wound was on the back of the head."
I thought Sayler is now being trumpeted about as the final truth on JFK's head wound ?
Also- the doctors are on record as having picked up the head and having inspected the head wound at Parkland, so the blood-all-rushed-to-the-rear excuses are lame. See my latest book.
First of all, nobody and nothing is perfect. That said, I am a huge fan of David Talbot's books and I believe strongly that his latest book, THE DEVIL'S CHESSBOARD, is a must-have, must-read game changer. Excellently written and tremendously researched.
Keeping this into focus, on pages 493-494, Talbot notes that LBJ hosted Dulles at his Texas ranch during the summer of 1963 and mentions what I thought was a debunked notion: the photo of LBJ and Lady Bird smiling at Dulles...wasn't that a file photo from 1960 and did this Dulles visit to the LBJ Ranch take place, photo or no photo?