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The Putative Pitzer Movie: A Discussion

-by Allan Eaglesham

The May 1, 1975, edition of the Waukegan, IL, News-Sun contained a story by Staff Writer Art Peterson titled, "Another link in JFK death?":

A Navy technician who filmed the autopsy of President John Kennedy may have been an early victim of a mysterious death syndrome that has been a bloody footnote to the assassination…The death of the technician Lt. William Pitzer, should be an early addition to that list, believes a Lake County man who worked at Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital in 1963...[and who] doesn’t want his identity made public…The technician had filmed in detail the Kennedy autopsy...The [Lake County] man, who saw many wounded men while serving in Vietnam, said he saw slides of Kennedy's wounds. "It looked like they came from the front," he said. (etc.)

This article deals with the movie stated by the "Lake County man" to have been in the possession of then-Lieutenant William B. Pitzer within a few days of the assassination of President Kennedy. (The manner of Lieutenant Commander Pitzer's death in 1966 has been the subject of other articles [1-7].)

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/WBPmovie/

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The Putative Pitzer Movie: A Discussion

-by Allan Eaglesham

The May 1, 1975, edition of the Waukegan, IL, News-Sun contained a story by Staff Writer Art Peterson titled, "Another link in JFK death?":

A Navy technician who filmed the autopsy of President John Kennedy may have been an early victim of a mysterious death syndrome that has been a bloody footnote to the assassination…The death of the technician Lt. William Pitzer, should be an early addition to that list, believes a Lake County man who worked at Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital in 1963...[and who] doesn’t want his identity made public…The technician had filmed in detail the Kennedy autopsy...The [Lake County] man, who saw many wounded men while serving in Vietnam, said he saw slides of Kennedy's wounds. "It looked like they came from the front," he said. (etc.)

This article deals with the movie stated by the "Lake County man" to have been in the possession of then-Lieutenant William B. Pitzer within a few days of the assassination of President Kennedy. (The manner of Lieutenant Commander Pitzer's death in 1966 has been the subject of other articles [1-7].)

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/WBPmovie/

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Fascinating stuff, Bernice. Thanks for posting that link!

Not only has left-handed Lt. Pitzer's "suicide" has always seemed suspicious (a self-inflicted shot to the right temple by a left-handed man? gimmie a break), but it also appears that he somehow managed to shoot himself twice in the head with a .45 cal revolver-- once in the right side (from at least 3 feet away-- no powder burns or residue) and once again in the left side of his skull for good measure, I suppose. Also fascinating is the evidence that he may very well have electronically "captured" (and later transferred to film) the videotaping (on a system set up for medical-student training) from Walter Reed to Bethesda, the altering of the wounds which was very likely being performed on JFK at Walter Reed Hospital. Then, JFK's mutilated corpse was delivered in a shipping casket right across the street to Bethesda Naval Hospital (some 30 minutes before Jackie escorted the ornate-but-empty casket taken off of Air Force One to Bethesda). And the rest, as they say, is (Warren Commission) history...

One reason I find it so damn plausible is that it fits in very nicely with David Lifton's theories and conclusions.

No wonder Lt. Pitzer was "suicided."

--Thomas

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The Putative Pitzer Movie: A Discussion

-by Allan Eaglesham

The May 1, 1975, edition of the Waukegan, IL, News-Sun contained a story by Staff Writer Art Peterson titled, "Another link in JFK death?":

A Navy technician who filmed the autopsy of President John Kennedy may have been an early victim of a mysterious death syndrome that has been a bloody footnote to the assassination…The death of the technician Lt. William Pitzer, should be an early addition to that list, believes a Lake County man who worked at Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital in 1963...[and who] doesn’t want his identity made public…The technician had filmed in detail the Kennedy autopsy...The [Lake County] man, who saw many wounded men while serving in Vietnam, said he saw slides of Kennedy's wounds. "It looked like they came from the front," he said. (etc.)

This article deals with the movie stated by the "Lake County man" to have been in the possession of then-Lieutenant William B. Pitzer within a few days of the assassination of President Kennedy. (The manner of Lieutenant Commander Pitzer's death in 1966 has been the subject of other articles [1-7].)

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/WBPmovie/

B....

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Fascinating stuff, Bernice. Thanks for posting that link!

Not only has left-handed Lt. Pitzer's "suicide" has always seemed suspicious (a self-inflicted shot to the right temple by a left-handed man? gimmie a break), but it also appears that he somehow managed to shoot himself twice in the head with a .45 cal revolver-- once in the right side (from at least 3 feet away-- no powder burns or residue) and once again in the left side of his skull for good measure, I suppose. Also fascinating is the evidence that he may very well have electronically "captured" (and later transferred to film) the videotaping (on a system set up for medical-student training) from Walter Reed to Bethesda, the altering of the wounds which was very likely being performed on JFK at Walter Reed Hospital. Then, JFK's mutilated corpse was delivered in a shipping casket right across the street to Bethesda Naval Hospital (some 30 minutes before Jackie escorted the ornate-but-empty casket taken off of Air Force One to Bethesda). And the rest, as they say, is (Warren Commission) history...

One reason I find it so damn plausible is that it fits in very nicely with David Lifton's theories and conclusions.

No wonder Lt. Pitzer was "suicided."

--Thomas

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if I had a buck for every real suicide I handled at Homicide that family and others thought were a homicide I could probably buy an island somewhere-everything I read about Pitzer's tells me it was a suicide and I've seen no convincing evidence he was left-handed.

we keep getting sent on a snipe hunt and I wonder if its not on purpose-was there a conspirarcy-yes? but let's focus on who had the power to coverup-it wasn't the Mafia and it was not the extreme right wing.

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The Putative Pitzer Movie: A Discussion

-by Allan Eaglesham

The May 1, 1975, edition of the Waukegan, IL, News-Sun contained a story by Staff Writer Art Peterson titled, "Another link in JFK death?":

A Navy technician who filmed the autopsy of President John Kennedy may have been an early victim of a mysterious death syndrome that has been a bloody footnote to the assassination…The death of the technician Lt. William Pitzer, should be an early addition to that list, believes a Lake County man who worked at Bethesda (Md.) Naval Hospital in 1963...[and who] doesn’t want his identity made public…The technician had filmed in detail the Kennedy autopsy...The [Lake County] man, who saw many wounded men while serving in Vietnam, said he saw slides of Kennedy's wounds. "It looked like they came from the front," he said. (etc.)

This article deals with the movie stated by the "Lake County man" to have been in the possession of then-Lieutenant William B. Pitzer within a few days of the assassination of President Kennedy. (The manner of Lieutenant Commander Pitzer's death in 1966 has been the subject of other articles [1-7].)

http://www.manuscriptservice.com/WBPmovie/

B....

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Fascinating stuff, Bernice. Thanks for posting that link!

Not only has left-handed Lt. Pitzer's "suicide" has always seemed suspicious (a self-inflicted shot to the right temple by a left-handed man? gimmie a break), but it also appears that he somehow managed to shoot himself twice in the head with a .45 cal revolver-- once in the right side (from at least 3 feet away-- no powder burns or residue) and once again in the left side of his skull for good measure, I suppose. Also fascinating is the evidence that he may very well have electronically "captured" (and later transferred to film) the videotaping (on a system set up for medical-student training) from Walter Reed to Bethesda, the altering of the wounds which was very likely being performed on JFK at Walter Reed Hospital. Then, JFK's mutilated corpse was delivered in a shipping casket right across the street to Bethesda Naval Hospital (some 30 minutes before Jackie escorted the ornate-but-empty casket taken off of Air Force One to Bethesda). And the rest, as they say, is (Warren Commission) history...

One reason I find it so damn plausible is that it fits in very nicely with David Lifton's theories and conclusions.

No wonder Lt. Pitzer was "suicided."

--Thomas

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if I had a buck for every real suicide I handled at Homicide that family and others thought were a homicide I could probably buy an island somewhere-everything I read about Pitzer's tells me it was a suicide and I've seen no convincing evidence he was left-handed.

we keep getting sent on a snipe hunt and I wonder if its not on purpose-was there a conspirarcy-yes? but let's focus on who had the power to coverup-it wasn't the Mafia and it was not the extreme right wing.

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I'm sure you're right, Evan.

Pitzer killed himself...

--Thomas

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