This thread is going to attempt to start a new trend on this site. All too often posters allow their comments to wander far afield from the proposed topic. Questions dealing with balistic evidence soon devolve into accusations of posters identities and obessions with Hillary Clinton, 9/11, moon landing photographs, JFK's sex life, or other silly issues unrelated to the topic at hand.
Therefore, at least from myself, I will not respond to ANY post on this thread that does not stick to the topic AND offer supporting evidence. This thread will deal with what the doctors in Dallas ACTUALLY said concerning Kennedy's back and head wound and nothing else.
I already understand that requiring that actual quotes and sources must be included in posts will put the conspiracy advocates at a great disadvantage since virtually no conspiracy posters EVER refer to actual evidence or testimony. But it IS out there. It is up to posters to do their own research. The old conspiracy tactic of, "Well I said it... now YOU prove I'm wrong..." won't fly on this thread. If a claim is made then others need to be able to read the comments made by the doctors themselves to which you are referring. Post that include such conspiracy excuses as: "Well the evidence is out there and if you don't know about it then I'm not going to tell you"...or..."It is not my job to do YOUR research"...or..."I've heard a hundred times that such and such a doctor said this or that..." ...or..."Well I know deep down this is true but all the evidence has been destroyed..." None of those diversionary tactics will be responded to. If you can't prove it with testimony don't refer to it.
Now, having laid down the ground rules, I will start out with a few quotes from the Dallas doctors concerning the back/throat wound of President Kennedy. I am convinced that the actual statements of the doctors are always the best to refer to whenever possible. Rebuttals are welcome, so long as they also include quotes from the Parkland doctors to bolster the claims from the conspiracy side of the tracks. Please keep in mind that Cyril Wecht was NOT one of the Parkland doctors.