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From the WCR this is Humes' description of the wounds to the head... Following this description is a graphic representation of the description... To me this proves the "surgery to the head" as noted by the FBI was simply the extension of a craniotomy that Humes began prior to 7pm, and the VAST difference in the wound between Dallas and Bethesda...

Following that illustration is a composite that shows where Humes sawed thru the skull on the LEFT side of the skull while contradicting this evidence by stating that the left side of the skull and brain were completely intact and the drawings of JFK as seen in Dallas... Humes is complicit in the cover-up yet was taking orders from Rear Admirals on down..

And then the honesty of Boswell's notes betrays this surgery yet again.. The brutality of what was done to JFK after the fact is hard to escape...

The concept that the "brain just fell out in Humes' hands" is without a doubt the most revealing and impossible of all the statements given the lack of damage to the left side of the skull... the last image is one of a series that can be found on line describing the process of brain removal at an autopsy. The strong connective tissues that surround the brain and the superior sagittal sinus must be carefully cut away as well as the dissection of the spinal cord at the bottom of the brain, top of the brain stem, the optic nerves and a host of other connective tissue.

By the time the casket was opened at 8pm and the audible gasp echoes in the morgue at the horrible condition of the man's head, over an hour of brutal surgery had been performed by a man barely qualified to perform it...

"We found that the right cerebral hemisphere was markedly disrupted. There was a longitudinal laceration of the right hemisphere which was parasagittal in position. By the sagittal plane, as you may know, is a plane in the midline which would divide the brain into right and left halves. This laceration was parasagittal. It was situated approximately (1 & 2) 2.5 cm. to the right of the midline, and extended from the tip of occipital lobe, which is the posterior portion of the brain, to the tip of the frontal lobe which is the most anterior portion of the brain, and it extended from the top down to the substance of the brain a distance of approximately 5 or 6 cm.  The base of the laceration was situated approximately 4.5 cm. below the vertex in the white matter. By the vertex we mean--the highest point on the skull is referred to as the vertex.
The area in which the greatest loss of brain substance was particularly in the parietal lobe, which is the major portion of the right cerebral hemisphere.
The margins of this laceration at all points were jagged and irregular, with additional lacerations extending in varying directions and for varying distances from the main laceration.
In addition, there was a
(3) laceration of the corpus callosum which is a body of fibers which connects the two hemispheres of the brain to each other, which extended from the posterior to the anterior portion of this structure, that is the corpus callosum. Exposed in this laceration were portions of the ventricular system in which the spinal fluid normally is disposed within the brain.
When viewed from above the left cerebral hemisphere was intact. There was engorgement of blood vessels in the meninges covering the brain. We note that the gyri and sulci, which are the convolutions of the brain over the left hemisphere were of normal size and distribution.
Those on the right were too fragmented and distorted for satisfactory description.

(4) When the brain was turned over and viewed from its basular or inferior aspect, there was found a longitudinal laceration of the mid-brain through the floor of the third ventricle, just behind the optic chiasma and the mammillary bodies. This laceration partially communicates with an oblique 1.5 cm. tear through the left cerebral peduncle. This is a portion of the brain which connects the higher centers of the brain with the spinal cord which is more concerned with reflex actions."

I hope this serves as a gateway to understanding how truly horrific these procedures were... the audible gasp heard after 8pm when those in attendance saw what HUMES did becomes completely understandable.


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