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Daniel Gallup

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  1. Back in the mid 80s Dr. Bernard Kenton, a good a friend of David Lifton's, gave me a copy of the Moorman photo of very high quality. I have long believed from the photo that there is brain/scalp matter at Kennedy's right shoulder, and part of the back of Kennedy's head has been blacked out, as is also evident in the extant Z-film.
  2. There is also the interview of Toni Foster, the "running woman," by Debra in the summer 2000 edition of the KAC. Toni is adamant about the limo-stop. And I do mean adamant.
  3. Don't forget Toni Foster, the running woman. Debra had an excellent interview with her in the KAC around 2000, the summer I think. She is an excellent witness to the limo stop,
  4. Let's hope David Lifton finishes his Magnum Opus soon. If the finished work is as good as the effort he has put into it, it will be the crowning achievement of a life time. Godspeed, David!
  5. Hi Daniel, Good to see you back hereabouts. On the subject of Yarborough's observations about the Secret Service detail's movements on Elm, it's worth noting that he has powerfully supported by the long-ignored testimony of the motorcycle escort. There is a quite outstanding & readily accessible collection of these testimonies in Larry Rivera & Jim Fetzers' The JFK Escort Officers Speak: The Fred Newcomb Interviews: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/01/the-jfk-escort-officers-speak-the-fred-newcomb-interviews/ Paul Thanks Paul -- I've been away a long time working on a book on
  6. One more reason to reject the authenticity of the Z-film. "People were jumping out of the car in front of me [the Secret Service followup car] and running to the president‘s car." (Ralph Yarborough) That's something that would be done to a stopped limo, and there is plenty of other evidence that the limo did indeed stop. What happened during that time was probably critical to knowing how the President was murdered, and that's why the limo stop no longer appears in the extant film .
  7. I noticed on CTKA that James DiEugenio humbly put his book Destiny Betrayed, 2nd Ed., as one of the ten best books ever written on the Kennedy Assassination. It may indeed be a very good book, but the revelations unearthed In Best Evidence, especially Paul O'Connor, are so significant, and DiEugenio's conspicuous ignoring of this contribution and others contained in Best Evidence so blatant, that it is no wonder the case remains such an unsolved mess. What Lifton did was to interview individuals before they understood the significance of what they had to say. This of course includes the m
  8. Your selective use of McCllelland has and always will be disingenuous. Put all of his statements out on the table, and see what conclusion may be drawn. I know you must have Brad Parker's First on the Scene and of course Lifton's Best Evidence: two works which are full of early depositions of Parkland doctors and nurses. You're a smart guy, Pat. I can't believe you propound such nonesense. But alas, we've been through all this before....even arguing over McClelland's WC deposition which is about as clear as one can be on the head wounding. I am at a loss for words. Yes, Daniel, we
  9. Your selective use of McCllelland has and always will be disingenuous. Put all of his statements out on the table, and see what conclusion may be drawn. I know you must have Brad Parker's First on the Scene and of course Lifton's Best Evidence: two works which are full of early depositions of Parkland doctors and nurses. You're a smart guy, Pat. I can't believe you propound such nonesense. But alas, we've been through all this before....even arguing over McClelland's WC deposition which is about as clear as one can be on the head wounding. I am at a loss for words.
  10. Two things: Dr. Kemp Clark told the New York Times that the bullet entered the throat, ranged downward, and did not exit. This was only days after the assassination, and from what I can tell this information comes directly from Perry. How did Perry know? Evidently the bullet path was clear to him after he made the trach incision. But how did he know that the bullet did not exit? He either saw it, felt it, or ???. Perry took the reason to the grave. Second: if part of a photograph shows evidence of tampering the evidentiary value of that photo is zero. The back of the head is darkened (
  11. On the one hand, did not Burkley famously claim that the wounds at Bethesda were no different from the wounds at Parkland? He seems to represent himself as one who "studied the body." If that is just empty posturing, then one might regard his conclusion on the death certificate is also, and based, as you suggest, on Boswell's drawing. On the other hand, could not one argue Burkley's "T-3" on the death certificate was written in response to observations made that night at Bethesda that were only brought to light years later by interviews with O Connor, Jenkins, Robinson et al.? Just won
  12. On the one hand, did not Burkley famously claim that the wounds at Bethesda were no different from the wounds at Parkland? He seems to represent himself as one who "studied the body." If that is just empty posturing, then one might regard his conclusion on the death certificate is also, and based, as you suggest, on Boswell's drawing. On the other hand, could not one argue Burkley's "T-3" on the death certificate was written in response to observations made that night at Bethesda that were only brought to light years later by interviews with O Connor, Jenkins, Robinson et al.? Just won
  13. Clint Hill was also called in late at night (2:45 a.m.) by Kellerman to verify the location of the wound which Hill then called an "opening in the back." This was about 6 inches below the top of his shoulder.
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