Doug Horne's presentation at JFK Lancer 1998 Conference
Researcher Joe Backes chronicles the "November In
Dallas" presentation by ARRB Staff Member, Doug Horne,
on November 20, 1998, in Dallas. This presentation gives us a
window into the inner workings of the ARRB, the statements of
the Parkland Hospital and Bethesda doctors, and true readings
of the photos of the president's body in the National Archives
today. Backes, an expert on the workings of the ARRB, presents
this comprehensive chronicle including many photos and drawings
to illustrate the points Horne made at the Lancer Conference.
Some of these drawings are being shown here for the first time.
Begin your journey through the medical evidence here:
Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas
Bethesda Naval Hospital
was the President's head wound? Read the statement
of Patricia Hutton, Parkland Hospital nurse that removed
JFK from the limousine and assisted in Trauma Room One.
- Three Patients At Parkland, article from State Journal of
Medicine, dated January, 1964. It was written in late November/early
December, 1963 before the 'OFFICIAL' story was set in stone.
- Trauma Room One Revisited, article by Russell Kent from the Winter '95 Assassination Chronicles
- What Did the Parkland Doctors Really Say? article by Russell
Kent from the Spring '96 Assassination
A Conversation With Ronald C. Jones, M.D. Kennedy Assassination Chronicles
VOL. 1, ISSUE 1, 1995
By Brad Parker
closest witnesses: Mrs. Kennedy and Agent Clint Hill
Hospital Doctors ARRB Medical Testimomy 8-27-98
- Ford-Rankin Document: Commission member Gerald Ford changes
description of the president's wounds to support the false "Single
- Reasonable Doubts: The McCloy-Rankin Document Doubts of the
single bullet theory, documents, with commentary and newsclippings,
from the Summer '97 Kennedy Assassination