Dr. Charles Crenshaw Confrimed JFK Died From Frontal Head Shot
[Editor's Note: The evidence was always there on the 26 second long Zapruder film. Depite the fact that the FBI forced the Zapruder family to fight for 11 years in court to get their film returned to them and despite the fact that the FBI had doctored the original footage by splicing out frames and doctoring those frames that were left intact, you can STILL clearly see the the Secret Service agent driving JFK's limo on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas, agent William Greer, place a 45 caliber automatic on his right shoulder and turning his head for a moment, shoot Kennedy in the head, causing his brains to explode out of his shattered skull. (http://educate-yourself.org/cn/drivergreershotjfk.shtml)..Ken Adachi]
By Mary Roberts Wilson, Los Angeles Times Service
October 11, 2008
Dr. Charles Crenshaw Confrimed JFK Died From Frontal Head Shot (Oct. 11, 2008)
Posted by Alex Constantine: http://aconstantineblacklist.blogspot.com/ , Saturday, October 11, 2008
Dr. Charles Crenshaw & the Murder of John Kennedy
" ... [A]s a surgical resident he saw four gunshot wounds in the fallen president. ... Crenshaw's book claimed that Kennedy had four wounds. The fatal shot, he insisted, was fired from the front and could have come from a second gunman. ... "
Published Thursday, November 22, 2001
JFK gunmen theorist, 68
Los Angeles Times Service
Dr. Charles Andrew Crenshaw, who became a favorite of conspiracy buffs when he asserted three decades after the assassination of John F. Kennedy that Lee Harvey Oswald had not acted alone and that as a surgical resident he saw four gunshot wounds in the fallen president, has died. He was 68.
Crenshaw, who disclosed his multiple-gunmen opinions in the 1992 book JFK: Conspiracy of Silence, died Nov. 15 of what his family described as natural causes at his Fort Worth, Texas, home after years of deteriorating health.
On Nov. 22, 1963, Crenshaw was a third-year resident on the trauma team at Dallas' Parkland Memorial Hospital when Kennedy was brought to the emergency room.
Crenshaw disputed the findings of the Warren Commission in his book. The commission, appointed by President Johnson to investigate the Kennedy slaying and the killing of Oswald by Jack Ruby, concluded that Kennedy was killed by two shots through the back of the head and neck that were fired solely by Oswald.
But Crenshaw's book claimed that Kennedy had four wounds. The fatal shot, he insisted, was fired from the front and could have come from a second gunman.
Crenshaw is survived by his wife, Susan; a son, Charles A. Crenshaw II; a daughter, Adelaide Andrews; and two grandchildren.
MARY ROBERTS WILSON
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