A Fantastic New JFK Documentary
A fantastic new documentary on the JFK assassination has just appeared on Paramount Plus. It is entitled “JFK: What the Doctors Saw.” I cannot recommend this documentary too highly. Paramount Plus has a 7-day free trial period. Subscribe and watch this 1 and 1/2 hour film. I am certain that you will not be disappointed.
Click here to watch a CBS video report posted a couple of days ago about this new documentary, which includes a trailer to the film. The CBS report on the film calls it a “powerful new documentary.”
The documentary revolves around what treating physicians at Parkland Hospital in Dallas who treated President Kennedy immediately after the assassination maintained the rest of their lives: that the president had an entrance wound in the front of his neck and a massive exit-sized wound in the back of his head, both of which are contrary to the official narrative of the assassination, which holds that all shots were fired from the rear of the president.
This issue should sound familiar to longtime readers of my work on the JFK assassination, especially my two books The Kennedy Autopsy and The Kennedy Autopsy 2. As I have long maintained, the evidence establishes beyond a reasonable doubt that the military establishment conducted a fraudulent autopsy on the very evening of the assassination, The fraud included, but was not limited to, a fraudulent autopsy photograph showing the back of JFK’s head to be intact. In other words, the military’s photograph contradicts what the Dallas doctors maintained.
The power of this new documentary is that the filmmakers actually present the Dallas doctors, both individually and collectively in a group, describing exactly what they saw. The film also points out that Parkland was one of the finest trauma hospitals in the country. It specialized in gunshot wounds and other trauma-related wounds. The physicians who treated Kennedy had previously treated hundreds of patients with gunshot wounds. When it came to gunshot wounds, they were all expert physicians.
The documentary also details the Dallas physicians’ recollections of how a team of Secret Service agents, at least one of whom was brandishing a Thompson submachine gun, forced its way out of Parkland with the president’s body, over the vehement objections of Dr. Earl Rose, the Dallas County Medical Examiner. Rose steadfastly told them that Texas law required him to conduct the autopsy, given that this was a murder case under Texas state law. You will see Dr. Robert McClelland describing how one of the Secret Service agents physically picked Dr. Rose off his feet, carted him to a nearby wall, and wagged his finger in his face.
Keep in mind something important: The federal government, including the Secret Service, the FBI, and the military establishment, had no jurisdiction whatsoever over this crime. At that time, it was not a federal offense to assassinate the president. It was a murder case under Texas state law.
One of the most striking aspects of the film was a statement by Dr. McClelland — a statement that I never knew about until I saw this film. After the president was declared dead, two of the treating physicians, Dr. Malcolm Perry and Dr. Kemp Clark, held a press conference, during which Perry stated three times that the wound in the front of JFK’s neck as an entrance wound, which would mean a shot fired from the president’s front, which was contrary to what became the official narrative of the assassination. In the doc
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