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The GRASSY KNOLL shot may have just clipped the top right of JFK's skull. The driver made the final shot.

No, this is not the 'highlight on Agent Kellerman's head theory'. Look at the area between the driver and the steering wheel.

Dr. David Stewart was in attendance in Parkland Memorial Hospital when the President and Governor Connelly were brought in for emergency treatment. He spent most of his time with Governor Connelly. He was interviewed on KNEW television by John Dolan in 1967.

"Dolan said he was particularly concerned with the statement about the shot that killed the President coming from the front'. Stewart said, " Yes, sir. This was the finding of all the physicians who were in attendance. There was a small wound in the LEFT FRONT of the President's head and there was a quite massive wound of EXIT at the RIGHT BACKSIDE of the head and it was felt by all of the physicians at the time to be a wound of entry which went in the front".
The grassy knoll shooters were UP and to the front RIGHT of the Limo
Simple geometry says that a high right side shot would have blown out the LEFT REAR of the skull, but all the doctors agreed that it was the RIGHT REAR that was blown out. A recreation of the Knoll shot was shown on the DISCOVERY channel, and proved this point.
Mr. Belin: "Where did the shots sound like they came from?"

Mr Miller: "Well the way it sounded like, it came from the, I'd say right there in the car...."
The 11/24/63 “Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin” reported that Father Huber said that JFK had a terrible wound over his left eye
So come on in and check out the files section, the photos and the links.

Four Men who participated in the set-up and cover-up of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, later became President. It happens in other countries, what makes you think it didn't happen in this country?

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  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Aug 16, 2004
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