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JFK Assassination Chapter 20 This well-known Polaroid picture was being taken at the moment of the assassination by Mary Moorman who stood on the south side of Elm Street. Blow- ups show two figures behind the fence next to the Grassy Knoll resembling a man with a rifle (The Black Dog Man) and a police officer (The Badge Man). The two men never have been found. http://www.jfk.org/go/collections/ite m-detail?fedoraid=sfm:1999.042 The mysterious path of the bullet according to the Warren Commission. Beveling. When a bullet penetrates the skull bone, it will leave a small hole on the side from which it enters, and a larger dished-out crater on the side that it exits. The Magic Bullet is the bullet that is claimed to have caused seven wounds on Kennedy and Conally. Initially this bullet had not been found. But mysteriously, it appeared later in the Parkland Memorial Hospital - you can see - in an almost pristine condition. The image at right is one of the X-rays of John Kennedy taken at the Bethesda autopsy. It’s the "AP" (anterior-posterior) image of the head. House Select Committee Medical illustrator Ida Dox, working for the House Select Committee's Forensic Pathology Panel in the late 1970s, produced the drawing at right. It faithfully reflects what the autopsy photos and x-rays show, although it is simplified a bit and the fragments aren't drawn to scale. You may click on the image to see a larger version. Ida Dox produced a drawing for the HSCA diagramming their interpretation of the head wounds seen in the photographs and the X-rays. The Harper Fragment was a piece of bone from John Kennedy's skull that was discovered in Dealey Plaza on the day after Kennedy was shot and killed. the anatomical evidence that shows the Harper fragment to be parietal bone, the witness testimony that places the fragment forward and to the left of the limo, and the evidence of the Zapruder film are consistent. 6.5mm Italian-made Mannlicher-Carcano bolt-action rifle with a 4 power Japanese-made telescopic sight--While the FBI examination of the rifle showed no fingerprints, the DPD allegedly found a palm print belonging to Oswald.
"The Kennedy Assassination"