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While evidence was given for a wound in the left temple, possibly of entrance, this has been discounted by most observers.
The difficulties in arriving at conclusions about how the wounds were inflicted results from paradoxical evidence about the dimensions and locations of the wounds. These descriptions, however, are quite inconsistent with the autopsy photographs and X- rays.
These hard pieces of evidence, therefore, comprise the "best evidence" -- evidence more reliable, according to some, than human recollections. The photographs show the right rear of the scalp to be intact behind the ear while the X- rays suggest a bony defect that extends behind the ear but whose existence might have been obscured by intact overlying scalp.
The photographs and X-rays indicate the major exit wound on the scalp and skull to be largely forward on the right side, possibly extending as far forward as a centimeter or so anterior to the coronal suture - just about the edge of the hairline at the top of the forehead.
Witness error is common and it would be easier to accept in this case if some witnesses described a right-rearward wound, some a left-sided wound and others an anterior wound.
In this case the best evidence would support those who recalled a right, anterolateral wound. In addition, as we will see, even the back wound, or "back of neck" wound, and the throat wound remain deeply controversial - even after 30 years.
It is well known that the earlier accounts witnesses give are usually more reliable than later recollections, for in time, memory fades and may be influenced by other factors.
However, when witnesses gave later, contradictory accounts, an attempt was made to present, explore and interpret the various versions.
The author welcomes any contributions that might make this compilation more complete. The witnesses of the head wound at Parkland were at a distinct advantage over witnesses in Dealey Plaza as they were closer to the President, he was not moving, they had plenty of time in which to observe, and they were experienced observers familiar with the type of injuries JFK suffered.
With the exception of Adolph Giesecke, MD, the Parkland witnesses were unanimous in placing the skull wound rearward on the right side. No Parkland observer placed the wound solely anteriorly on the right side. Adolph Giesecke, MD felt the wound extended from occiput to the front, but on the left side.
This might be explained by a blood clot forming en route from Dealey Plaza to Parkland while Mrs. It is clear, however, that the Parkland witnesses described a wound in the rear of the skull on the right side.
The background and qualifications of the Parkland observers make their repeated, corroborating observations compelling: Through the head wound, blood and brain were extruding There was a large wound in the right occipitoparietal region, from which profuse bleeding was occurring There was considerable loss of scalp and bone tissue.
Both cerebral and cerebellar tissue were extruding from the wound. Clark wrote, "a large 3 x 3 cm remnant of cerebral tissue present There was a large wound beginning in the right occiput extending into the parietal region Much of the skull appeared gone at the brief examination In a typed summary submitted to Rear Admiral Burkley onClark described the head wound as, "a large wound in the right occipito-parietal region This was a large, gaping wound in the right posterior part, with cerebral and cerebellar tissue being damaged and exposed.
Clark later located the skull wound to Mr. The loss of the right occipital and probably part of the right parietal lobes wound have been of specific importance Naro reported Clark said, "The lower right occipital region of the head was blown out and I saw cerebellum.
Both cerebral and cerebellar tissue was extruding from the wound. In testimony at Parkland taken before Arlen Specter onMcClelland described the head wound as, " I could very closely examine the head wound, and I noted that the right posterior portion of the skull had been extremely blasted.
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