All The Doctors Testified They Saw An Exit Wound On The President

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  1. resisting arrest

    resisting arrest Well-Known Member

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    Upon the receipt of the dying president's body all the doctors and surgeons saw a large exit wound on the rear of the president's head. They also saw an entrance wound on the president's throat. End of story!







     
  2. Soupnazi

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    They did not ALL see any such thing and all they claimed to have seen was a large wound they did not identify it as an exit wound. His head wound was obscured by the fact that he was lying ON his back

    Nor did any of hem identify an entrance wound on the throat,

    In fact they directly worked on the throat wound using it for a tracheotomy which helped to obscure it. Also you ignore the fact that they were emergency room doctors who were not performing an autopsy. These doctors had no expertise or experience in closely examining wounds and determining specific details. Their expertise was in saving lives which is what they were trying to do with Kennedy.

    Their recollections are based on casual observations and are all trumped and proven wrong by the autopsy which was done by experienced experts.

    That is the end of the story
     
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    Yeah, good trauma docs are incapable of diagnosing entrance wounds.

    The back of the head would be examined as part of the initial trauma survey
     
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    Soupnazi Well-Known Member

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    It would be looked at not examined and in fact they are not experts at identifying such details.

    They are concerned with saving the life of the patient. The autopsy is a much more expert and detailed examination.

    Clearly you know little about such matters
     
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    If that was true, it'd mean the gunman would have been crouching down in front of the car somewhere to give the bullet an upward trajectory at a shallow angle, wouldn't it?
    Do newsreel shots show such a gunman anywhere?
     
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    Soupnazi Well-Known Member

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    LOL

    You are absolutely correct of course except there was no news reel just the home film camera footage by Abraham Zapruder. A few others as well but he was the closest
     
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    Doctor Soup Nazi, where did you train?
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but somebody else in the car was also hit by the bullet which passed through Kennedy, the trajectory of which indicated the shot came from above and to the right, from an upper story in the Book Depository?
     
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    Yes that was governor Connally.

    Both men were shot through the body by a bullet which entered from above and behind. This was the second shot fired by Oswald.

    The third shot also came from, above and behind striking Kennedy in the head.
    It entered on the back of his head slightly to the right of center and exited the side. Essentially cleaving off the back / right quarter of his head and brain.

    The whole point of these threads is the conspiracy loons are trying to convince themselves and others of any story except for the facts which are proven by evidence
     
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    JFK's autopsy confused a lot of people including physicians.
     
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    factually incorrect
     
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    Auschwitz?
     
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    Not necessarily. Someone very close to me is a trauma specialist, and sees the worst of the worst in his hospital emergency dept (he's the most qualified and senior on staff), and he looks only at the most pressing life threatening element of the general condition of the patient ... everything else gets handed down the line. He doesn't get involved in the peripherals at all.
     
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    Very true for ER doctors in general.
     
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    So if he was the ER doctor when the POTUS was brought in he wouldn't know a fist size hole in the back of his head from one smaller than your pinkie nail?
     
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    That has never been the argument.

    The argument is that their casual observations and note of such a wound trumps the expert autopsy which it DOES NOT.
     
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    There is absolutely nothing confusing about a fist sized exit wound in the back of JFK's skull.
     
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    In a mental institution, most likely.
     
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    Gsw to the neck is not peripheral
     
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    Casual,.....funny
     
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    Soupnazi Well-Known Member

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    But accurate.
     
  22. squidward

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    Trauma teams consist of trauma surgeons, emergency physicians and frequently anesthesiologists.
     
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    Determining entrance and exit path IS peripheral.

    They did not determine the neck wound was an entrance wound they merely took note of a wound and cut over it for a tracheotomy.

    This is not a detailed investigation and examination into the wound itself which is what the autopsy did.

    It was a casual glance
     
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    There is no casual observation at a level one trauma center
     
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    None of whom are generally trained or experienced in performing autopsies
     

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