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PHANTOM IDENTIFICATION OF THE MAGIC BULLET

Think CE-399's bone fides are intact?? Go here:

http://www.jfklancer.com/hunt/phantom.htm

John Hunt

John:

Your article validates the fact that there was more than one bullet

put into evidence; the infamous magic bullet that is in the Archives, and

a mysterious bullet that Elmer Todd initialed. The question also has to be

asked, "was there pre (official) autopsy surgery performed on JFK's body?

Your article brings up many questions that have to be answered before we

can call this, "case closed."

Bill C

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John:

Your article validates the fact that there was more than one bullet

put into evidence; the infamous magic bullet that is in the Archives, and

a mysterious bullet that Elmer Todd initialed. The question also has to be

asked, "was there pre (official) autopsy surgery performed on JFK's body?

Your article brings up many questions that have to be answered before we

can call this, "case closed."

Bill C

It's too bad he's dead. It would have been interesting to show him a photo of CE-399 and ask him "is this the bullet that you marked??" The fact that he was supposed to have ID'd the bullet in 1964 means either the FBI kept the original bullet, or the sources indicating that Todd marked the bullet are wrong.

The fact that he Took the bullet when the record tells us he did, and because none of the participants could make that identification, would seem to corroborate that notion that he ID’d “a” bullet.

As for the bullet having come from the body, that is unlikely. The bullet Todd marked definitely came from Parkland Hospital. The question is, Where did CE-399 come from??

Stay tuned.

John Hunt

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John:

Your article validates the fact that there was more than one bullet

put into evidence; the infamous magic bullet that is in the Archives, and

a mysterious bullet that Elmer Todd initialed. The question also has to be

asked, "was there pre (official) autopsy surgery performed on JFK's body?

Your article brings up many questions that have to be answered before we

can call this, "case closed."

Bill C

It's too bad he's dead. It would have been interesting to show him a photo of CE-399 and ask him "is this the bullet that you marked??" The fact that he was supposed to have ID'd the bullet in 1964 means either the FBI kept the original bullet, or the sources indicating that Todd marked the bullet are wrong.

The fact that he Took the bullet when the record tells us he did, and because none of the participants could make that identification, would seem to corroborate that notion that he ID’d “a” bullet.

As for the bullet having come from the body, that is unlikely. The bullet Todd marked definitely came from Parkland Hospital. The question is, Where did CE-399 come from??

Stay tuned.

John Hunt

John, from your studies, whats the earliest identification of CE-399 as THE bullet. cheers steve.

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John, from your studies, whats the earliest identification of CE-399 as THE bullet. cheers steve.

It was introduced on March 16, 1964 during Humes' testimony. The first (and only) testimony that CE-399 was the bullet in question came during Robert Frazier's testimony on March 31, 1964.

John Hunt

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