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Good Day.... An interesting quote of FINCK by ROBERT CHEEKS in his book review of "Tales From the Morgue" (2005) written by Dr. CYRIL WECHT....

http://www.intellectualconservative.com/article4833.html

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Wecht was the first nongovernmental forensic pathologist to review the physical evidence of the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Prior to that Wecht had delivered a paper, in February 1965, to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences critiquing the Warren Commission findings concerning the autopsy and the handling of evidence. A doctor in the audience was greatly impressed with Wecht's findings; he was Dr. Pierre Finck, the only forensic pathologist among the three doctors who performed the "autopsy" on the murdered president. Finck later met with Wecht and congratulated him on his speech, he then added a rather cryptic comment, "You cannot believe what it was like…it was horrible. Horrible. I only wish I could tell you more." Indeed.

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"A red-brown to black area of skin surrounds the wound, forming what is called an abrasion collar. It was caused by the bullet's scraping the margins of the skin on penetration and is characteristic of a gunshot wound of entrance. The abrasion collar is larger at the lower margin of the wound, evidence that the bullet's trajectory at the instant of penetration was slightly upward in relation to the body."

- 07HSCA175 describing President KENNEDY's, theorized, not-completely-probed, neck and back wounds

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Good Day.... An interesting quote of FINCK by ROBERT CHEEKS in his book review of "Tales From the Morgue" (2005) written by Dr. CYRIL WECHT....

http://www.intellectualconservative.com/article4833.html

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Wecht was the first nongovernmental forensic pathologist to review the physical evidence of the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Prior to that Wecht had delivered a paper, in February 1965, to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences critiquing the Warren Commission findings concerning the autopsy and the handling of evidence. A doctor in the audience was greatly impressed with Wecht's findings; he was Dr. Pierre Finck, the only forensic pathologist among the three doctors who performed the "autopsy" on the murdered president. Finck later met with Wecht and congratulated him on his speech, he then added a rather cryptic comment, "You cannot believe what it was like…it was horrible. Horrible. I only wish I could tell you more." Indeed.

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"A red-brown to black area of skin surrounds the wound, forming what is called an abrasion collar. It was caused by the bullet's scraping the margins of the skin on penetration and is characteristic of a gunshot wound of entrance. The abrasion collar is larger at the lower margin of the wound, evidence that the bullet's trajectory at the instant of penetration was slightly upward in relation to the body."

- 07HSCA175 describing President KENNEDY's, theorized, not-completely-probed, neck and back wounds

Even more incredible, Don, the HSCA's trajectory analyst from NASA, Thomas Canning, over-ruled the doctors and decided the bullet headed downwards in the body. After much thought, I realized the doctors could be wrong and the man from NASA could be right (re the abrasion collar). Since the back is angled in the area of the shoulders it is possible for a descending bullet heading downwards in the body to strike on its lower edge first and leave an abrasion collar on the lower rim of the entrance. That the top pathologists in the country failed to realize this is evidence that they weren't all that...something I explore at great length in my presentation.

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