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JFK Assassination - Gaeton Fonzi interviews Vincent Salandria July 1966 History conspiracy podcast

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link to full transcript - https://ourhiddenhistory.org/entry/vincent-salandria-and-gaeton-fonzi-discuss-problems-with-the-warren-commission-report-philadelpha-1966
Vincent Salandria and Gaeton Fonzi Discuss Problems with the Warren Commission Report, Philadelphia (1966)

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Regards Salandria's and Fonzi's discussion of the barely damaged bullet found on Connally's stretcher:

I know that some ballistic experts ( anybody besides the FBI? ) studied and weighed in on the subject of bullet damage.

And whether the "Magic Bullet" found on Connally's stretcher could have gone through JFK ( admittedly only through soft tissue ) then hitting Connally and breaking rib bone, then exiting Connally's upper body and re-entering his wrist area and breaking bone there and then exiting his wrist and entering Connolly's thigh and lodging itself just under his skin there to then just fall out onto the stretcher used to carry Connelly through the ER to the surgery area with the minimum damage shown?

And the person or person's who first discovered the bullet never described seeing any blood or tissue on it.

Do bullets going through two bodies and smashing bones and ripping through bloody tissue and muscle while doing so...self-clean themselves immediately upon falling out of their blood and tissue filled targets?

What was the general consensus among the experts regarding whether a bullet could do the multiple bone breaking damage to Connolly and be as undamaged as the Connally stretcher found one?

Did most experts decide that a bullet like the Connally stretcher one could indeed do the damage it supposedly did and be as non-deformed as the Magic one?

I know the incongruous Magic Bullet story is old news, but it is still worth mentioning imo.

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Noticed this Dr. Shaw describing Connally's wrist bone injury as a "compound fracture."

That's "two" breaks.

Connally's rib was shattered enough that a fragment of it punctured Connally's lung although not significantly.

Just have a hard time believing the Magic Bullet was so undamaged looking after hitting and taking out one of Connally's ribs and causing two bone fractures in his right wrist.

And again, was there ever any description of blood or tissue on the Connally stretcher found bullet by the first person to see it and pick it up?

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54 minutes ago, Joe Bauer said:

Noticed this Dr. Shaw describing Connally's wrist bone injury as a "compound fracture."

That's "two" breaks.

Connally's rib was shattered enough that a fragment of it punctured Connally's lung although not significantly.

Just have a hard time believing the Magic Bullet was so undamaged looking after hitting and taking out one of Connally's ribs and causing two bone fractures in his right wrist.

And again, was there ever any description of blood or tissue on the Connally stretcher found bullet by the first person to see it and pick it up?

Yep, it's pure baloney or fantasy. 

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