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  1. Lois Liggett: Challenge to Jim Di Eugenio

    Dr. Robert Livingston's story is probably a lie. Humes and Boswell denied talking to him when speaking with the ARRB. A much better model for the "early throat wound discovery" is where Dr. Humes calls Dr. Perry shortly after midnight while the autopsy was already in progress, probably after Sibert and O'Neil departed.
  2. What's the deal with Michael Baden???

    I did a good compilation of evidence for that on internationalskeptics.com. Here are the links: http://www.internationalskeptics.com/forums/showpost.php?p=11931229&postcount=956 http://www.internationalskeptics.com/forums/showpost.php?p=11931291&postcount=962 Since Sibert and O'Neil always said they left the autopsy around the time the Gawler's funeral home was supposed to start their work, and the main Gawler's guys arrived at 11:00 PM, that leaves a perfect window of time for an early phone call with Dr. Perry around midnight. My top 5 reasons to believe the autopsy doctors knew about the throat wound the night of the autopsy: 1. The 11/29/1963 Barnum diary obtained by David Lifton, reading [Dr. Burkley said, regarding the shots that hit JFK, that] "The first striking him in the lower neck and coming out near the throat. The second shot striking him above and to the rear of the right ear, this shot not coming out..." 2. The consistent statements by John Ebersole and John Stringer describing the revealing phone call as happening during the autopsy. Stringer said that a probe was also inserted into the throat. 3. Dr. Perry's confusion over whether his contact with Dr. Humes happened Friday night or Satuday morning. 4. Dr. Boswell's Freudian slips (in a 11/25/1966 Baltimore Sun article, his bizarre 8/17/1977 HSCA interview report, and to the ARRB in 2/26/1996. 5. Richard Lipsey vividly describing the doctors "debating" about what the throat wound represented, concluding that it was an exit for a bullet entering the base of the head near the EOP.
  3. What's the deal with Michael Baden???

    What Wecht insists on (because it makes a good story), but is almost certainly not true, is the version of events where the autopsy doctors were ignorant of the throat wound the night of the autopsy. The evidence suggests that they learned about it around midnight, a little after Sibert and O'Neil departed the morgue.
  4. Ruth - a typewriter - 15 days

    Sorry I kind of started it, but in my very first comment I suggested moving to the "tracking oswald part 5" thread for this subject.
  5. Ruth - a typewriter - 15 days

    Oh my God. Humes, Boswell, Finck, and Stringer specifically denied that that was the entry wound. Boswell firmly told the HSCA and the ARRB that the red spot was a laceration in the scalp related to the large head wound, while the rest just suggested it was clotted blood. The red spot is about 12 mm and circular-teardrop shaped, while the wound in the autopsy report is an elliptical 15 x 6mm. If none of the "dark spots" within the hairline on the BOH photos are the wound, then it could just as easily be barely hiding under some hair. There are also missing autopsy photographs, so no matter how you look at it, you can't use the BOH photos as an argument for the cowlick entry theory.
  6. Ruth - a typewriter - 15 days

    The HSCA's interpretation of the open-craniun photographs have the entire brain being removed through a five-inch skull cavity (unless you want to say, without evidence, that previously-separated skull fragments were pieced together for the taking of those photographs). They also operated under the false (or at least unevidenced) assertion that a bullet striking near the EOP would necissatily cause severe damage to the cerebellum. There's about just as many relevant experts who examined the the x-rays and couldn't identify any particular entry. Oh, and the cowlick entry theory directly contradicts Finck's repeated statement that he could examine the entry within the inact, empty cranium, and NOT as a previously-separated portion of skull bone. Petty, along with Cornwell, personally coerced Humes into going along with their pet theory about the cowlick. As Lifton has said, Humes was so angry about this he saw his hands physically trembling as he was walking out of his deposition. He went right back to saying the wound was near the EOP, probably starting with his interview with Livingstone. He never truly changed his mind, as he told the ARRB.
  7. Ruth - a typewriter - 15 days

    Then you should also know the contradictions raised by a single-assassin theorist believing any connection between the EOP wound and the large head wound. I don't want to search your blog because I've brought the brain removal-EOP issues up with other LNers elsewhere before and they only resort to childish gish gallop BS. I'm pretty sure the EOP wound can be the only answer.
  8. Ruth - a typewriter - 15 days

    The Warren Commission gave plenty of evidence for conspiracy with their acceptance of the EOP wound. And in the "Tracking Oswald part 5" thread, you did not respond to my common-sense rebuttal to the cowlick entry theory: 1. Dr. Finck arrived at the autopsy after the brain had already been removed, 2. he always said he could examine the entry wound within the intact-open cranium, and 3. there is almost certainly no way you could remove the brain without also removing the "cowlick" area of the skull! Given how shattered the skull was around the large defect, it is also obvious that the "cowlick" area of the skull would naturally separate! It's almost as if the Doctors deserved to be heard out when they spent their whole lives shouting from the highest mountains that the wound was near the external occipital pertuberance! About six other autopsy witnesses gave statements also indicating a low entry wound in the head! If you wish to respond, can you do so on the other thread?
  9. How Plugged in was Reader's Digest?

    Didn't someone from Reader's Digest commission the study that proved the area of the lead smear on the James Tague curbstone was covered with cement paste? http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg Subject Index Files/C Disk/Curbstone/Item 22.pdf http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg Subject Index Files/C Disk/Cochran Johnnie/Item 03.pdf
  10. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    By "cowlick area", do you mean the lower parietal area right above the tip of the occipital bone? I'm wondering if that would leave enough room to remove the brain. Even if it could be a big enough hole, you need enough room to cut the tentorium cerebelli. I've seen videos where they cut the spinal cord by lifting the brain and reaching under the front part, but if I understand correctly you do need a decent amount of occipital bone removed to cut the tentorium cerebelli.
  11. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    Speer's page has brightened versions of the open-cranium photographs showing that what some thought might be the neck is actually a table, with a formalin bottle sitting on it.
  12. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    If it shows the back of the head, then it must be the top-back part of the head, since there is no neck visible. That body position would also probably require the chin to be resting on the chest.
  13. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    Michael, the open-cranium photographs can not be used as evidence for how the original wound looked like. Those were taken after the brain had already been removed. The skull cavity had to be enlarged to facilitate removal of the brain.
  14. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    The open-cranium photographs might show subcutaneous fat from the torso Y-incision, and even a nipple. This would be the upper left corner of this rotation: (Lower left corner in this rotation): http://files.abovetopsecret.com/files/img/lg54d81a9d.png From radiation oncologist David Mantik: https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-kennedy-reviews/thomas-donald-byron-hear-no-evil-social-constructivism-and-the-forensic-evidence-in-the-kennedy-assassination-two-reviews-2-part-1" David Mantik's 11/21/2009 presentation slides: http://assassinationscience.com/JFK_Skull_X-rays.htm ARRB staff report of observations and opinions of forensic pathologist Dr. Robert H. Kirschner: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=145280#relPageId=230tab=page
  15. Tracking Oswald Part 5

    Not just Humes, Boswell, and Finck. John Stringer, Roy Kellerman, Richard Lipsey, Francis X. O'Neil, and Chester Boyers all gave statements supporting an entry near the EOP.