The Most Controversial Autopsy Photos in U.S. History
These are the John F. Kennedy Autopsy Photos that gave great weight to the so called conspiracy theorist and many others. The autopsy of JFK was performed on Kennedy’s body at Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland.
Why are these photos so controversial? Let’s take a look.
The gunshot wound in the back
- The Bethesda autopsy physicians attempted to probe the bullet hole in the base of Kennedy’s neck above the scapula, but were unsuccessful as it passed through neck strap muscle. They did not perform a full dissection or persist in tracking, as throughout the autopsy, they were unaware of the exit wound at about the same level, at the front of the throat. Emergency room physicians had obliterated it when they performed the tracheotomy.
Claims that anyone on the commission “moved the wound” are subject to discussion, because Gerald Ford publicly admitted to re-naming the location of the wound, so as “to make things clearer”. The Bethesda autopsy had merely noted that JFK was hit in the upper thorax above the scapula (this is in the soft area at the top of the shoulder) and Ford changed this to “the base of the neck” (Wiki)
JFK Back Wound Autopsy Photos
John F Kennedy Back Pictures Small
JFK ASSASSINATION AUTOPSY PHOTO (FRONT)
- John F. Kennedy Autopsy – Head
In 1979, the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) found both the original FBI investigation and the Warren Commission Report to be seriously flawed. The HSCA also concluded that there were at least four shots fired and that it was probable that a conspiracy existed. Later studies, including one by the National Academy of Sciences,have called into question the accuracy of the evidence used by the HSCA to support its finding of four shots.
AUTOPSY PHOTOS OF JOHN F KENNEDY
JOHN F KENNEDY AUTOPSY PICTURES (Right)
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