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Lee Harvey Oswald's call attempt
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Dr Grover Proctor presentation http://www.bit.ly/RaleighCall-film
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Beverly Oliver (Babushka woman)
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footage of jfk headshot gunman
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Everyone should watch this documentary
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Parkland Hospital's Dr. Charles Baxter in a 1992 interview: "I made a statement that, any one of us in the school or in the hospital that ever made a dime off of anything they said about the assassination, I would try to see that their medical career was ruined"
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When Congress was re-investigating the JFK assassination in the late 70's, a medical illustrator tasked with making sketch reproductions of the autopsy photographs was pressured into drawing a small blemish on the scalp to look like a bullet entry wound.
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Reporter Martin Steadman, 2013: A week after the JFK assassination, ER surgeon Dr. Malcolm Perry said that one of Kennedy's autopsy pathologists threatened his medical career if he continued to say the throat wound appeared to be a bullet entrance.
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1977-1979, members of a Congressional committee tried to intimidate Kennedy's autopsy pathologist into agreeing with their new official version of the bullet wounds.
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Rosemary Kennedy lobotomy.

Rosemary since birth has had major developmental setbacks due to being held in the womb for up to two hours. Not enough oxygen to her brain. Her mother was instructed to hold Rosemary in, because the Doctor was running late, and was apparently busy dealing with people suffering from the Spanish Flu.

In 1938, Rosemary was presented to King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth.

After that visit to the UK, Wikipedia says that Rosemary started regressing big time, violent outbursts, depression, rebellion. She was having many sexual partnerships, and her family feared that she would get pregnant or get an STD. So her dad decided to get her a lobotomy in 1941.

She was the disposable slightly mentally disabled spawn whom ole Joe probably eagerly offered up in exchange for favors.
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LBJ in Air Force One after just taking the presidential oath of office, and LBJ turns and smiles a wide smile to (I believe) Congressman Albert Richard Thomas, who winks at LBJ...