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39,721 views • November 22, 2023

JFK Assassination Doctor Breaks Silence | Facts Matter

Facts Matter
Facts Matter
On Nov. 22, 1963, exactly 60 years ago, President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed while driving through Texas in his motorcade. But in terms of how he was actually killed—meaning, the machinations behind the scenes—that has been a topic of widespread public debate ever since the Warren Commission came out with its report, and set the official narrative that there was a single, lone gunman responsible for the assassination. The Warren Commission, which was established shortly after the assassination to investigate what happened, released its report in 1964, and established that Mr. Lee Harvey Oswald, located on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository, acted as a lone gunman. The official narrative was that two shots were fired by Oswald, with one of the bullets entering his upper back and exiting near his larynx, while the second bullet entered the right side of his head and exited through his forehead. And, allegedly, JFK was still breathing when his motorcade got to Parkland Hospital before subsequently being pronounced dead about half an hour later. However, recent interview footage has come to light, which has seven of the doctors who were on call at Parkland Hospital disputing the claims made in the Warren Commission's official report. Episode Resources: 🔵 Doctor Interviews: https://ept.ms/3GaP90z ---- Views expressed in this video are opinions of the host and the guest, and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.
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