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Defend the Warren Commission Report Findings? The 45 questions

Question #19

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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I've decided to repost this one - since no-one has even tried to answer it. If

those who believe the Warren Commission Report want to defend it - they *MUST*

answer these questions... running away from them, or claiming that they are

"dead on arrival" or have "already been answered" simply won't do the trick.

If there are any honest LNT'ers out there - I won't hold you to trying to

justify McAdams lies about this - just answer the first question below.

19. Why have photographs and X-rays disappeared out of the inventory? Only the

government had control of them... John McAdams has denied that any photo or

X-ray have disappeared, but to do so; he must call the eyewitnesses liars - and

beg ordinary people to suspend common sense. The prosectors described only

*TWO* injuries inside the body - one to the trachea, which they were prevented

from removing, and one to the tip of the lung - WHICH THEY STATE THAT THEY

PHOTOGRAPHED. A photograph that has never been seen. (Interestingly, this also

happened in the RFK case, missing photographs... although the controlling agency

in this case was the LAPD)

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Defend the Warren Commission Report Findings? The 45 questions

Question #19

19. Why have photographs and X-rays disappeared out of the inventory? Only the

government had control of them... John McAdams has denied that any photo or

X-ray have disappeared, but to do so; he must call the eyewitnesses liars - and

beg ordinary people to suspend common sense. The prosectors described only

*TWO* injuries inside the body - one to the trachea, which they were prevented

from removing, and one to the tip of the lung - WHICH THEY STATE THAT THEY

PHOTOGRAPHED. A photograph that has never been seen. (Interestingly, this also

happened in the RFK case, missing photographs... although the controlling agency

in this case was the LAPD)

eof

In June 1967, Warren Commission member John J. McCloy, “in his first public comment on the investigation,” said that he thinks “the commission should have studied the photographs and X-rays taken of President Kennedy after his assassination.” He claimed that the Warren Commission had “all the facilities we needed” and “made its own choice not to subpoena the photographs.”

But contrary to McCloy’s claim about not looking at autopsy X-rays and photographs, a Secret Service document in 1966 stated, “The X-ray films were used for the briefing of the Warren Commission’s staff on the autopsy procedure and results . . . . Every item of tangible evidence which the Secret Service possessed relating to the assassination of President Kennedy was made available to the Warren Commission.”

The Secret Service was in possession of the X-rays and the autopsy photographs from the day of the assassination until April 1965.

During an Executive Session of the Warren Commission on January 21, 1964, McCloy himself confirmed that the Warren Commission was in possession of the autopsy photographs, stating, “They talk about the color photographs of the President’s body. Do we have those?”

Lee Rankin, the Commission’s General Counsel, replied, “Yes.”

McCloy then asked, “Are they here?”

Rankin replied, “Yes.”

In 1967, McCloy knew perfectly well that the Warren Commission had the autopsy photographs and didn’t have to subpoena them. But suppressing the autopsy photographs was critical to the cover-up, and McCloy knew that he had to make excuses for the Warren Commission.

McCloy claimed that they didn’t subpoena the autopsy photographs because, “We were perhaps a little oversensitive to what we understood were the sensitivities of the Kennedy family,” as though it made sense that in the course of investigating a Presidential assassination, they would refrain from obtaining the photographs and X-rays based on such bizarre logic.

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