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:57:01
...which is to the right,
in front of the President.

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Key witnesses that day?
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Charles Brehm, a combat vet.
:57:11
Jean Hill and Mary Moorman.
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S. M. Holland, Richard Dodd,
James Simmons...

:57:16
...standing on the overpass. J.C. Price...
:57:18
...overlooking the plaza.
:57:21
William Newman, father of two children.
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He hit the deck on the north side of Elm.
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Abraham Zapruder.
:57:45
Each of these key witnesses
has no doubt whatsoever...

:57:48
...one or more shots came
from behind the picket fence.

:57:53
Twenty-six trained medical personnel
at Parkland Hospital...

:57:56
...saw the back of the Presiden¬Ěs head
blasted out!

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Doctor Peters.
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There was a large 7-cm opening
at the right occipital parietal area.

:58:08
A considerable portion
of the brain was missing.

:58:12
A fifth or possibly a quarter of the back
of the head had been blasted out...

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...along with the underlying brain tissue.
:58:20
When's the proper time
to declare one dead?

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There was also a large fragment of skull
attached to a flap of the scalp.

:58:26
The exit hole in the rear of his head
measured about 120 mm...

:58:30
...or five inches, across.
:58:32
Not one of the civilian doctors
who examined the President...

:58:36
...regarded his throat wound as anything
but an entry wound.

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But then the body was illegally moved
to Washington for the autopsy.

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Because when a coup d'état has occurred...
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...there's a big difference between
an autopsy performed by civilian doctors...

:58:50
...and one that is performed
by military doctors under orders.

:58:55
The departure of Air Force One, Friday
afternoon was not so much a takeoff...

:58:59
...as it was a getaway,
with the newly sworn in President.


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