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Defend the Warren Commission Report Findings? The 45 questions

Question #18

Back by popular demand - the 45 Questions that terrify those who try to defend

the Warren Commission Report. In the past, there have been only two

semi-serious attempts to answer them, one by John McAdams, and one by 'Bud' (the

xxxxx listed below) - Both responses were basically denials of the facts in most

of the 'answers'.

*reposted with authors permission -- author: Ben Holmes...*

But first, an important note:

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Important Note for Lurkers - there are many trolls on this forum (alt.conspiracy.jfk) who's

only purpose is to obstruct debate, deny the evidence, and attempt to change message

threads from discussing the evidence, to personal insults and attacks.

These trolls include (but are not limited to):

**22 trolls who post regularly to alt.conspiracy.jfk** names removed -dgh

Please beware when seeing their responses, and note that they will simply

deny the facts I mention, demand citations that I've provided before, or

simply run with insults. These trolls are only good material for the kill

files.

source: alt.conspiracy.jfk

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18. Why were the prosectors not allowed to examine JFK's clothing, a routine and

completely ordinary procedure in an autopsy, despite the fact that the clothes

were certainly within reach? John McAdams has attempted to assert that this was

done on orders of the Kennedy family, despite the fact that Col Finck detailed

in a contemporary memo who had prevented him from examining the clothing:

"I was denied the opportunity to examine the clothing of Kennedy. One officer

who outranked me told me that my request was only of academic interest. The same

officer did not agree to state in the autopsy report that the autopsy was

incomplete, as I suggested to indicate. I saw the clothing of Kennedy, for the

first time, on 16 March 1964, at the Warren Commission, before my testimony,

more than three months after the autopsy."

Why would McAdams, who certainly knows of this memo, lie about such a simple

historical fact?

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