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on 16 December 2014
Would love to have read this book when it first came out in the ninties. It's a pity it all took so long before the truth could be told. Crenshaw received a ton of abuse following publication for daring to contradict the Warren report. Only recently a well known BBC Radio anchorman was still exposing the "lone gunman" rubbish. All of the doctors present in the Dallas trauma room described the fist sized cavity in JFK's head righthand side towards the back and also the small bullet wound in the front of the neck. Like Crenshaw they all assumed two bullets from the front. Their statements are available in the Warren Commission apendicies.

Crenshaw gives you a minute by minute account of the day of the killing and also describes how contrary to Dallas law the body was forcibly removed by armed men and flown away before any autopsy could be commenced.
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on 30 January 2015
This is a very good read, not too much medical jargon and told in an easy style that you don't get bogged down with all the technical stuff. After reading this book I am more than ever convinced that a conspiracy was perpetrated . This surgeon had no axe to grind and is totally believable . I have read a lot of books on this subject and this is one of the best
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on 16 November 2013
I've read many books and essays on the JFK assassination over the years, and I can happily recommend this as one of the better ones. It does side with the conspiracy theorists who reject the Warren Commission Report and a couple of the ideas reflected here have since been explained away. However, the overall text is one mans compelling eye witness account of an infamous moment in history, told in fascinating and often gruesome detail.
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on 8 July 2015
As history has now proved, that If Jim garrison had brought any parkland hospital doctors (who had operated on the dying president) in to testify during his trial of 1969 against Clay shaw, we may well have had a better world now. Without the murdering CIA!!!
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on 15 June 2015
I think this is a very important document in support of the conspiracy to kill JFK. Crenshaw's integrity and conviction on the matter is further demonstrated by the lectures he gave, some in the UK. My only criticism is that there was a degree of padding out in the form of overstatement by the other contributors.
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on 10 January 2014
I have always been interested in the story of jfks autopsy and to read this book written by someone who was actually at jfks side at parkland was a real eyeopener.
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on 9 January 2014
Interesting account of the incident by someone who had firsthand experience, and didn't appear to have a hidden agenda. Not too steeped with politics, and for me certainly makes the conspiracy theory more believable
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on 6 December 2016
Absolutely superb ,cuts through the bulls*** and presents the observed facts as witnessed by this superb surgeon on the scene of the crime .ie the trauma room where the victim was first treated . No doubt Crenshaws account will be challenged for many years to come,particularly by the tentacles of the evil and the instigators of this malignant act of savagery .
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on 29 December 2013
Having read this account, I find it difficult to understand why the author had not committed any of this to public review prior to publication of his book. Does he seriously expect the world to believe he just did not look at any of the accounts of the events of that day between 1963 and 1988 ? However, that aside, this is a compelling account of facts which disagree with much of the evdidence already given as testimony, from a man who was at Kennedy's death bed. It does not claim to say who shot the president, only that the account of the shooting as presented by the official investigations do not match the physical evidence from JFK's body. Great, thought provoking stuff.
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on 8 July 2015
Really enjoyed this book, as it considers not only previously explored indiscretions but also the medical indiscretions. This further disputes what the American government wanted the public to believe.
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