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Hello Charles

What I have continued to find most discomforting in JFK research, are the topics which seem to elicit the greatest continuing interest, is the endless rehashing of forty year old discussions to which very little new material has been added.

It would seem to me that the "graphic evidence" to which you refer, should be found quite significant.

Not, however, for the impact which the horror of these photos provide, but as the closest likeness that I have seen, of what most eyewitnesses seem to have reported.

It seems to me that "the" major area in which this study has become seemingly hopelessly mired, is the disparity between what well over a hundred eyewitnesses reported, along with the corroborating statements of the EXPERT testimony of the Parkland Trauma Staff and many in attendance at the Bethesda Autopsy, with what was reported by the Warren Commission and the official autopsy report. The confliction of various autopsy photos with each other and with the autopsy xrays and autopsy report, further supports the very simple statement that "something is obviously and seriously wrong."

Finally there appears on this forum, a recreation that appears much more in accord with most eyewitness reports, and no one seems to care enough to comment on it. I don't think as educated adults, the excuse can be used that these photographs are in bad taste and too horrible to look at ! If this is the case, then progress is apparently a "side issue".

A review of some of the threads which continue to resurrect, cannot, in my straightforward opinion, lead toward an END. Yet this is the direction in which we choose to tread. Our treading is becoming a treadmill ! Of course, this is but an opinion of "one"!

Charles Black

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"I don't think as educated adults, the excuse can be used that these photographs are in bad taste and too horrible to look at ! If this is the case, then progress is apparently a "side issue"."

Or, possibly a "side show" for those who can't seem to stomach the forensics of the case.

"A review of some of the threads which continue to resurrect, cannot, in my straightforward opinion, lead toward an END. Yet this is the direction in which we choose to tread. Our treading is becoming a treadmill ! Of course, this is but an opinion of "one"!"

Nah, Charles. You can count me, and I'm sure there are quite a few others who feel the exact same way, regarding the subject.

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The debate shouldn't be whether JFK's remains should be reinterred and properly examined, but when and where it should be done.

Sorry to be a parade-rainer-on-er, but I would guess the odds against this ever happening are massive. The spectacle of extinguishing the Eternal Flame, all the heavy equipment, workers trampling all over Our Beloved Dead - live on CBS, CNN, NBC, ABC, etc. etc, it would meet with fierce hostility by not only WC defenders, but by a human wall of alleged super patriots, religious spokespeople, you name it. The World Cup of disingenuous histrionics.

Not only that, but if it were to actually happen, the end game would need to be superbly cathartic, a real Perry Mason moment. Otherwise, there would be historic harm done to the effort to unravel the mystery. Without a major aha! this would be seen as ghoulish theater and little else. If it is at all possible, through the efforts of many people, to come to a tipping point of truth without turning a shovel, that's the way to go. Unless we come to the place where there truly is no other choice.

Hi Mark,

No rain. The odds are tremendous but ah, it's already happened. The body of JFK was already reinterred while there was a sitting grand jury investigating his murder.

JFK's body was reinterred during a secret, middle of the night, military exercise in 1968, while there was an active grand jury investigating the case in New Orleans.

The military moved the body to make room for the remains of the baby who died in 1963 and was reburried next to JFK. It was done in secret because if Garrision knew it was happening he probably would have requested a proper forensic autopsy.

There are picture of the event, and it is believed that it was at this time RFK placed the brain of JFK into the casket before it was reburried.

So the massive odds against have already been overcome in that it has happened, and will happen again. It will not be a media circus however, but a forensic procedure for the purpose of creating new records and evidence that can be used in a court of law.

The most logical place for it to occur is the closest world class forensic autopsy lab at George Washington University.

BK

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"JFK's body was reinterred during a secret, middle of the night, military exercise in 1968, while there was an active grand jury investigating the case in New Orleans.

The military moved the body to make room for the remains of the baby who died in 1963 and was reburried next to JFK. It was done in secret because if Garrision knew it was happening he probably would have requested a proper forensic autopsy.

There are pictures of the event, and it is believed that it was at this time RFK placed the brain of JFK into the casket before it was reburried."

Is that right, Bill? Would the remains of the baby have been the son born prematurely, who passed away, named Patrick? So, it was RFK who had possession of the brain for five years following the assassination. How did that happen?

And yes, George Washington University would be the most logical and appropriate place.

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