The Medical Evidence Pertaining to the JFK Assassination from the Doctors Who Tried to Save his Life | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

The Medical Evidence Pertaining to the JFK Assassination from the Doctors Who Tried to Save his Life

The throat wound was made by the first of the two (or possibly more) bullets that struck Kennedy. It was not the fatal wound.

The physicians who performed the autopsy did not see this wound in its original state, because it was obliterated by one of the Parkland doctors, Dr. Malcolm Perry, when he made a surgical incision over it in order to perform a tracheotomy. Therefore, only the doctors and nurses at Parkland hospital had a view of this wound in its original state.

All of the Parkland doctors and the nurse who offered an opinion on the throat wound characterized it as an entrance wound.

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