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191 1968 Panel Review of Photographs, X-Ray Films, Documents, A

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Title: 1968 Panel Review of Photographs, X-Ray Films, Documents, and Other Evidence ...
(Clark Panel Report) Author: n/a

Pages: 16 Agency: n/a
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Subjects: n/a Source: History Matters

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At the request

of The llonorthle

Ramiicy Cliirl,> Attorney

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c. 011 February 26
Kcmncdy~ and

and 27 to oxamina various
other evid.ence pertaining

photographs,
to the death

X"ray fitus, documents and
of President

to

evaluate

th~ir signif:i~anc~i~ r~lation to th~

medical conclusions
Kennedy
States
=.

recorded

in the Autopsy Report

on the body of President Coxps , United

5izned

by COll"ur.anuer J. J. Hume , Hedical s

Navy,
Navy and

. Commande'r J. Thorllton.

Bo swel l , Nec1ical Cor-ps, United

States

Lic~utenant Colonel Pi~rre

A. Finck, Hedical Corps, United
t

Stutes

A~Tily and in the Si.lpplC:ill:.;ntal Rcpor

siBncd

by Oorcmandar Humes.
\., .

. These appetlt in the Harren Comr~issionReport at pages
. The four physicians constituting
(1)

53U to 545 •

The Panel were: Universii.J

Cantes, lUlliml1 H., H.D~, Professor of Pathology,
of Utah> Salt Lake City,

Utah, 1-1cmberof Hed:i.cal E;c<Jrlliller[ s nominated by Dr. J. E. Wallace University.

Commission, State
Sterling~ (2) President

of Utah,

of Stanford

Fishe.:; Itussell University State

S.,

~LD.) Professor

of For!?ndc Pathology,
noari.nat ed by

r;.f. Naryl::md, and Chief Medical Examiner of the
Baltimore,
1

of Haryland)

}!aryland,

Dr. Oscar. B. Hunter, Jr.

President

of tIll' College of

American Pa:hologists.

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Pr~sidci.1t o[ The John? Hopkins liniv~i:'sity.
(4) Notit,~) ii.lan R.) N,D., Professor of Patho l ogy ,
C~se

Hestern kescrve University,

Clevelcnd, Ohio and former '-_.,

Professor of Forensic Hcdicinc) Harvard University,
nominated
by Dr. John A. Hannah,

President

of

Hichigan

State Un.i\~ersity.
Bruce Broml.ey, a membe-rof the
Keu

York Bar

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had been

nOJl.inat~d by the President

of the iuncrican Bar Associa.::ion and
?S

thereafter requestcc by the Attorney General to act
to Ih~Panel
exhibits report.

legal counset

HCiS

present throughout The panel's examination of tile
tvith The Panel in the preparation of this

and collaborated

No one of the unde.rs Lgned has hac! any prcv i.ous c ormec t Lon ~1ith prior acted

inv~stigntions
\-'ith complete

of, or reports
and unbiased

on

this

maL:t~r> free

.1r.dench h::.s

independence

of pl'econce.ived. in

Vie\-TSas to the cor rec tne ss of the medical conc LusLons reached

the 1963 Auto?sy

R~port and Supplementary
}'r~vious .RcpO~i::s

Report.

The Autopsy

Report

:3

cared that

X-rays had haem

tiI:lC:Q

of

the

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I
fo l Lows :

liThe fat.:tl missile

cntc;:-cd the skull

above

and to A

the right of the external occipital

protub,;:rance.

portion of the p~ojectile traversed the cranial cavity

in a postc1:'ior-antcrior direction (sec .
roentgenograms)

lateral skull
,

.~.

depositing minute particles

along its

path. A portion of the projectile made its exit through
the par Let-a L bone ·oa the right of cerebrum, skull and scalp. carrying \-lith it

portions

The

tt,10

~'7oundsof tha

skull co:.:.bio:led the force of the missile produced with
extensive

fragmentation

of the skull, lacern.tion

of the

superior sagittal sinus, and of the right cerebral
. hemlSpuere,
1,-

Tne oche r posterior

missile entered

the right

superior the

thorax

above the scapula and traversed

soft tissues of the supra-scapular

and the supra-

clavicular portions of the base of the right
-the right

side of

neck.

This missile produced contusio:ls of the portion

apical parietal pleura and of the apical
upper lobe of the lung.

of the right

Tht2.r;;issile

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th~~ the ~·70~mdo~

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the skull produced such extcnaive damlge to the brain

as to preclude the possibility of the,deceased surviving
this inj<.l1:'y.
u

rna

F.,edical conc lus ions of
l

i.:hc \;~i:ren Co~ission

P.C!port (p.19) ~

conce rrri.ng President

Kennedy s wounds are as fol1m·!s:

liThe nature of the bullet \·mundssuffered by President

Kennedy *

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* and the

location of the car at the time

of th2 shots establish that the bullets l1ere' fired
fro:!: .above and striking
t~1e

behind the Pt?sid{!ntial

Iinousine,

'0:·

President

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as fo l Lows . struck
by a bullet

P:cesic1ent Kennedy was first which entered at the back of his portion

neck and c~:ited of

through the 101,7e1:' front

h Ls neck,

c aus ing

a vound vhich Hould not neccssarrty
The President
"loich entered .causing

have been Lezhal.,

vras s t ruck a second time. by a bullet the right rear portion uound." of his head,

a mass Lve and fatal

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f.

ViCH(,\i {Will above #5(9JG), B(7JC)~. 13(SJ~)) 16(lOJn), 32, 33, ~4) 35, 36,37
i:

. Ilc ad viC';;-.'c:d r otn r igh :l

and abov«

to inc Ludc par t of f:.. , nc-ck , cc

shou lder

.

'3(14J8),

and uppor

dl(':~t

4(13J~)) 11(6JD)

lZ(5Jll), 26,
lS(Ull).

27) 26~ 40~ 41

Hearl and neck vie\je<1f!o~n left side
~%(3JBL 15(l:.JB), 17(2JBL

29, 30, 31

lleud vie~rd from behind

. i=7(16JBL 14(15JB), 42, 43
Cranial cavity t'lith
#1(18JB),

brain removed viewed from above and in front

2(17JB)~ 44, 45

Back of body including neck
. 4;-9 (lUll), 10(12J'J»

S8> 39

Br ain

ViC~'l('d fI"om above

#50, .51) 52
4146. t..7) 43, 4 9 to the above ver c

Brain viewed from belov

present and there wer e also seve-n bla~k and ~.].hit~n~gativ~s of the brain. Hithout corresponding prints. Th~se",ere number-ed 19 th rough 25(JTB) and appeared to represent the same views as 1.~46t.hr ough 52. All of the

The black and \'lhite and color negatives corrcspo11dins
in a l11CtlOrnndt1i:! of transfer)
April 26. 1965.

above ~.]~r!2 listed
Archives)
X-ray films.

located

in

the National

and dated
(The films indicating Hospital)

bore the number 21296 and an Lnscr Lpt.Lon that they 'have been made at the U.S. Naval Bethe sda , Naryland on 11/22/63.)

suon ,
.'

A-P view
{,!l

Skul l , left lateral /J:2, 3

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Pelvis) A-P vi~w f.=13 . LOVIer
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an2. b1C:.:?S, A-P v i.ew

Upper legs, A-P vie\~
i~14 Bullets
.=;

CE 3S',

A wholc bullet

.CE 567 ~ Portioa of nose of a bullet
CE 569 - Por t i.on of baae segment of a bullet

CE 840 - 3 fragment~ of lead
}lotioll. picture
films

C~ 90~ .. .Zapruder film
,CE 905 - Nix film
CE 906 - Muchmor~ fi1m Series , Clothing. of single
f r araes (215 thr ougl ... 33Lf) f rora Znprude'r film

CE 393

Suit· coat

CE 3~4 - S:'lirt

CE 395 - Neck ti~
Docu.n.:>nts

The l':arren

Can""issi0l1" s Rcpo r

t

and the

a ccompany Lng -.. Iuue s of ..o

position of this ,'!Ou~~dorresponds to the hole in the skull seenIn the c
Iatcr c l X-YJY film 1F2. (See dcscrf.pt i.on of X-r~y films.) The long axi,s

of this
judged

~·'0Ui.1d co:...esponds r

to th~ long axis of t.he skul l ,
six millimeters

The \'loUnG

H~S

to be approxiL:'lat~ly

Hide and Hfte.?n millinet~rs
~,

long. The martin of this Hound shoas an ill-defined
Photogr"phs

zone of abrasion.
ShO\'1

5, 8, 13, 16, 32) 33) 34, 35, 36 and 37

the top
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of the heed l~ith muLt i.pLe gaping irregularly the scalp over the right par i.et.al.,
t empor a'l

s t e Ll.at e Lacer at i.ons of and frontal regions.

Photographs 1, 2) 44 ancl 45

5hOl<1

the frontal region of the skull Du~ to

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and a portion of the internal espect of the back of the skull.

lack of contrast of the structures portrayed and lack of clarity of
detail in these photographs the only cor.. lus'i.on re~ched by 7he Panel c
s er i.e s '"as that there "as no exiting bullet defect

from study of this in the supra-orbital

r cgi on of the skull. aspect of the

Photographs fI6, 47, 43 and 49 eire of the inferior

brain ar.~ ShOtj exrcnsrve deformation with laceration
of the right \-lith minor cerebral loss hemisphere. of corte: .. are seen. on the inferior

and frJoiUl'nt~tior.

Lrr egu Lar Iy shaped a r ca s of conzus i.on sur race of the first

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C:~?C-,c:;_;!J.l)' OVer

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"'1,1. .l r.'·0·" !"~"1 (Y'~1'~ "'I'(~ l~., .. I."', b) .. -, •,., i'"d •

the sulci ~J.I...L.
.1,;

extcnsivcl~.L \,;
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It

15

~ra~s~ctcclby ~
d Lr cc t i.on ar:~ to the

• running
r i gh t; of the r:1idline.

gcncra Lly in a post2~o-2ntc:::-ior riuch of the r oof of Li1i.5 canal

is nu s s Lug as ar e r.103t of tho portion ,.

overlying

frOl1t.:ll and
bert1 seen a

In the central

0:::

gray br ovn.. rectangular Its identity

structure

measur i.ng

approxwtaly
In additi th

13 X 20 ma,
fO.,;~<

cannot be established destruction,

by The -PaneL,

. 40'
;<:)

.. to the superficial 2nd deep cortical
.' ·:71·

it can be seen that

-'

\~~~__J'lne£:e findings
an explosive scalp. ,-lith its CE 399.

"'.

~:corpus

ca Ll.osua is ·uid.~ly torn

in the midline.

inclicatC' that the back of
.

the b cad vas struck .

by a

singb bul Ict trti,;elling at high velocity,
passed forward through the right
cerebral

t110

major portion or {"Hlen
and 1"hich produeeil
of t:he

'" t..,

hemisphere,

type of Er agmerrt.at.Lon

of the sku l I and laceration

TIt::: appear ance of the entrr ance Hound Ln the s ca l p is consl..stcmt
having been pr oduced by a bullet similar ~Jh2re this of the to that bullet
crcrri.um

of exhibit cmer ged fran ,,,lith the

The phot.ogr aphs do not disclose

the head a Lt.hough chose shovrmg the irlterior brain region. removed indicate that it did not

cmcr gc :!:ro::: ;:11: supr a-orb Lt a L

AddLt i.onaI info):mation

retarding

the cour sc

0:

the bullet is

preSl!nteo in the discussion

of the X..ray films.

tn~ch~otOillY HOUi1Q.· This vic\v nakes it possible to compare .the
levels of these

b?o wounds in r eLat i.on to th~t of tho hcr i aont al

plJne of the body,
A H~ll defined
ZO.:le

of discoloration or the edg~ of tne boleK
Oi.".

wound , most pronounced

its upper

and outer nargins, identifies
eound

it as having the ch.lraet~~isties

or tho entrance

of a bul let,

Ihevound vith its marginal abrasion measures approxii~:~tely 7 nmt.
ill width by 10 mm,.in Length ,
The d ImensIons of this cut.aaeous

wound are consistent with those of a wound
similar

produced by a bullet

to tha t .~'lhich ccns t-i tut.e s cxhi.bLt; CE 399. of and above the tracheoto:r.y

At the site
front

incision in the

of the neck, there

can be identified

the upper. ha l f of the

circumference

of a circular cutaneous ~·]oundthe appearance of exit vound of ~ bullet.

\01hich is charactcr i.st.i.c c.£ that of the The lower half of this circular
produced

wocnd is obscured by the surgicaily whLch transects appro:dmately it. The center of

tracheotomy incision
situated

the cLrcuLar Hound is
t--r!)"cuc,,·o::r. fnli1
in

9 em. be Low the

thp

svin of the neck de sc r Lbed in a. preceding

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i,: (J>!.

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(if9L one antero-posterior
and upper

vieH of the left h,;dthorax) shoulder
Vi2U

arm U=lO) , one cr.te:ro-?0st~:i()r one :mtel"o-postcrior

of the loser femurs

and knees (#i2)

3

Vi.7!i.J'0:

the ?Qlvis

af13) ~nnd

one antero-posterior Skull: There
C!:::-~

view of the upper Lags e'14). nultiple fract.:.res

of tile bones of th~

calvarnas bilateJ:folly.·

Tne.sc: f ractur es ext.end Lnt;o the base of the anterior fossa
on the risht to

the slmll and involve the f loor of

sic::! as Hell as th-= midelle fossa. in the midline.

!-lith respect

the r ight fronto ..parietal region of the skull) the trauaatic daaage
is par
t LcuLar Ly

sevez e Hith ext ens ive fn!gmentatio;). frontal

of the bony to the

structures vicinity Above,the

f rom the ;rridline of the

bone anteriorly

of the posterior margin of the pc.rietal bone behind.
fragmentation cxt.end s appr ox imace of the

Iy 25
left

tn::l.

across the

mi.dline t.o involve ad.jacent portions

par Let.aL bone;

bclos, the changes extend i11tO the right tCj~l~oral bone.
this r"Sion) rn",ny 0::: the bony piecesh:!ve
ceca

Throughout

di.sp l.ac cd outx... ; ard

several

pieces are zris s Ing ,

n.: ~h"1hJltPd throuzh the right cerebral

hCi':llsphcr(\ arc maerous

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or 1v ",1'

in p rof Ll.e .:lpproxin:::::ely 100 ram, above

trH? cxt.exna L oc.cipital

protuberance.

The bone of
cmb~c.ded

che

Lovre r

edge or the:

hole

lS

.

depressed.
-=
t.O

.Also there is,

in the: cut er tabl~ of the skull
;l:rnsme n t

clos~

Oi'ier edge of the hole) a largc metallic the 1

Hhich on the

antero ..posterior film (iiI) -lies 25 r.h11. to the right of the midline. r This rrasr.lcnt as seen in the latter film is rounG and naaseres e, 5 ru."::..n diianeter. i
f f.

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Iil;m~di:.te adjncent to the hole ly

O!1

the

internal

surface of

the skull, there 'is localized elevation of the

sort tissu~s.
tissues
and within

Small ft~gt'J(:nts of bona lie vithin portions of. these
the ho Le

itself.

These

changes

arc

cons

Lsccnt;

'with an entrance
to that of exhibit

wound of the CE 399.

skull pr oduced by a bu Ll.e t similar

The 'metallic

fra~.:cnt.s visualiz;;d
tHO

\dthin

the right

cerebral

henn spher c £;':1.11 into large

groups ,

One group consists

of relatively Th~
SCCOl1d

f ragmcnt;s , more or less

randomly distrib"lted.

.group consists

of finely

divided f ragment;s, distributed

in a

pos t ero-unt er Lor di.:ection·
he
C''''!:,,~

in' a rc:giOl1. l~5 nun. Long and S nun, formation overlies the position of

r .....

l:>rpr."ll

f iIrn

t~2 this

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to

1·~I'f.I "l'(1'1t Of_ \0 !I;. l. CJl

i','. ,,' "j:..Ll:~ , 1,..11.: JII.l.t:, ..

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.,·'r.' 1•

.above th~ c:·:tcr;l;iJ occipital protul.crcnce.

of fine metallic

dcbr i,s a s it pas sed

fO;:"·7.:!rd

and laterally

to

explosively fraeterc the right frontal ,mcl p::.rict\!l bones as it

In

audit;ion to the: foregoing,

it is notci"ortl1Y

that

there is
tissues

no cv Ldence of p'ro j ec t i.Le f ragmcnt s in the Lef t cerebral or in the right

ccz clrr a L hc·:;:.isphere b e Lcw a hor Lzonr s L plane

passing through th~ floor of the anterior fossa of the skull.
Also, although the fractures of the calvaria» cxtezd to the left

of the midline and into the anterior and niddlc fossae of the
skull,
cnterint;

no bony defect
or leaving

such as one creat~d by a projsct i la ~ith~r
the head is seen in the ci:!lva:ciu;:; to the left
1i(?:1C.C:~

of the r,)idline or zeascnab Ie to

in the base of the skul I ,

it

is not the head

pos tu l.at c that a proj;:ct:i.l<.'

pa s s ed

chr ough

in a dircctioa

other- than that descrihed :lbovc.

Of further note, it/hen the X..ray films ot the sl\ull vere
pr e s cnt.ed to The Panel, film 4.~1 had been. dcmagcd in
t\,70

small Also)

regions hy ~·;hat c:.ppec:.rs to be the hca t fro:.:J.a spot liBht.

on filUi If2, a pair jf corverging pencil lines had been draen on

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clavicles> ver
t cbr

or of the r Lbs or of nny of tile cerv'i.ca L and thoracic

oc ,
Hi;.,

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projectile

involving

the ne ck wa s conf Lned to a r eg i.on to the

rinht of the spi~Q and superior to a plane passing througb the
t.;P?err:Ja:cgin thz right of
scapula,
•• \,,;. _

the apex of the :eight lune .o.&1d
W U ~~ •

the rirht;,....clavicle 61 .1.
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A"Yother p::l.tl'.~,·"'ly ·\·"ToulA have alacst certainlv
U

frc~ctnr0d one or more bones of the right shoulder girdle and thorax,

Other Re_gion~ S.tt~di.£~:No bullets or fr.agm~nts of bullets
are ~c:~uonstratcc1 Ln X-rayed portions of the body other than tho se

dcacr fbed above. Li.tt.Le more than

On film 4.=13.a smal I r ound opc:.cf e strruc rur e , a .... 1 ram, in di(}jl:2;:'~X is visible > j-..:.st to the right of

the midline: at the level of the firs::
Its smoorh char act er-Lst Lcs arc not .:~

sacr aL sQg;;-.~nt f the s?ine. o

similar to thOS2 of t.he. projectile

Era.g.. cn ts scan n

the X-rays of
Examination

the skull and neck •.
of the Clothing

Suit ,Cont (C£ 393) A rn£gQd oval
(vertically) is located;'

hole about 15 Gn. long

cm to the .right: of the oidEi"'l(, in the ,

back of ::h~ coa t a t a POt... 1t

about 12 t~. bC'lm·! the uPD··,r edg~ of

,..:;;.l

J.U;,,:
~!~ll

v(~l.tic;:lly
coat,

.

it

Locc t cd 2.5 shirt a t;

em, to

tl:(·

l':c;ht of the> mid1:i.l.lc ~.~: ~ll~
the
U!JpCT C-~~=~C

Lacl; of the
(;O~

":l

po Lut; 1!;- cc: , hclo-:'l

elf

Lh c

Lar ,

I

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T\·:ro-'''·~

th;,:

front of the shi:tt in

.:!

positton corrcsponcm; to

the pli.H:c where

the knot of the ned" ;:i~ ~'7ould ~10n':l11y be. Tic eel:: 395) In the front compoJ1ent of the knot o~ the: ti~ in

the outer layer of fcbnc a ragged tear aJout 5 n~u. in maximum
diam~t(;!r is
to the left

Iocatad 2.5 en. belov the upper edge of the knot and
of thz raidline.

Discussion

The Iufnrmat Ion c;.isclosecl by the joint

e;..~.:o:-'::l.i";'£ltl.On

of the

foregoing exhibits by tile
foUoHing conclusions:
ThC' deccderrt his
body
i:';~S

iUcmbers of Ihi:: runel supports the

,-:ounded by

t"10

bullets

bo ch of .. Y!1ichent ered .

f rom

beh i.nd , suruc.c t}"e back. of the decedent.' s head ,.. ]~ll above

One bullet

the e:.;;:ternal occ i.p i t a]. that left that he ,];::s leaning t'lhen this

ly:~ot~tb~r~nco.

Based upon the obscrvatrcn
obl Lquely to the LndLcat;c This of and X-rays to 11:'5 r i:;:;,::.
O:1.e ;:;lajc.r
~n pynl

f orwar-d uith

his head. turned

bu Ller struck,

the photographs

it came f rora a site

above and slightly cnt cr.Lng thc vcr an ium,
1. ,. __ ._11

bul.Let; f r agmen t cd ~lft0:!:
1

piece

,...,1",..~

nsive fracture

..

~~ ...

-

'I':-"'~ t:·,".
,

f"~'I\"
....

,i:.).·· ....

cnc... ~
v

n_· .-:-.··.·'.'1' ·1,·:-~1.1.·'1'·' _.

~''''

~.';"'1

~''';'I'''' ••...••...•..•.• _.~.

to·

1·'"1\(0
L.

.......

I{

'J.""

!: .. _

(r: J ...

•• (,Jl('

• ~-t cl:l".1.c.:.':'~.nc:

~n

.; J.,'

J.

\'.l

01:

,.

of t::e
. "'"~.'

..,.\ .......

i

,.t...

?:;:-ojc:ctil~

h<:.ving pas.sed

tlyro'Jgh

the

i:.c.·,::C: .:i.n n.r.y c!i-rc;:tion 'other

near

tb.e ::lid lil1.C.

·J.~"1e possibi.lity

that
.~. of)

pas.Ging

No
r.' '("'.I"'C') I.:: ,\;j_.I1MU

for this vas fa"'; • J.:::i ',c. :,:....... Ml'nere
I.

15

a tra:

l,'.

'D,-:>·

·\\"~en the. :-r·:.o . ..,

.·::-~~:~llic

0:1

the X··reys

. ~na tne contuai.on of tlie ape:.: of

lc~g and lace~ativn of the::

bone and tl: ~ :·:-ray

fiL-:;.s

$110\-1 110

bony c'.;'n~~ag2 ia the rhorax

or neck;

r:-:ight have been more

satisi:acto:o:-ily

exp Lozed by the ins":-ti,)~i. of a

finger cr probe
_ -...

l'i~S

considered.

":..._-' .....

-.-

i'I" ,·'t·: 0'".. J.. ,
l ..l._
..

')·.~1 0"1·'~· ) 1 ,_ -.

t

111

1lm:- ~ because cf tho • \,.o"u
j

,rl..

"

11..

\

n"';("::-'-'C" I.J •• ,I· ••
l

I.

./

tile soft: t Lssuc between

the t,·.'Q

Cu.tan00US

wounds)

thcr o is no r~2.S0n

sigui£icJntly

the conclusions expressed in this report.

E:;.:~~ni,,~tion. f the clothing o

and of the pho t.ograph s and X-rays

b~ll~ts fired

from 2bove 2nd behind him, one o~ waich

traversed

the base of the neck on the right the other right of ,·]llich entered

side ,,:ithm.:.t s~riidli.g ho:':\ behind

bone and

the skull

and C?xplodcd its

siGc. The phozogr aph s and X-rays discussed her e tn suppor t the

<ibov<?-'~~oted portions

of the original

.Au.topsy

Report and t.he
R{'port:~

above-quoted

medical conclusions of

the \·J~rrci.1CO;'Xi1issia:l

\·!ill:i.m~ 11. Caj;n~s, M.D.

DaCe

Date

J

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