Dr. Crenshaw provides enough detailed information in his book about the JFK assassination to make you feel conspiracy buffs are not "paranoid", but have a strong basis for their allegations. He states that shortly after the assassination, the Dallas Police mobile phones went dead, the electricity and telephones for the book depository went out, and that the phone lines for a large section of Washington, D.C. went out of service. This coincidence - alone - makes you really wonder what the truth is.
He also states that the bullet wound in the neck of the president was an entry wound. If true, that fact alone says Oswald did not do it alone, if at all.
The weapon found at the book depository was a German bolt-action, as initially reported by the Dallas Police. The weapon mail-ordered and owned by Oswald was an Italian carbine.
The presidential limousine had a bullet hole in the front window, as reported by reporter Richard Dudman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and another reporter.
The Warren Commission based their conclusion on an "illustration" of JFK's wounds, not actual autopsy photos. the illustration later turns out to be extremely inaccurate.
Dr. Crenshaw operated on both President Kennedy and on Lee Harvey Oswald. He raises serious questions and points out discrepancy after discrepancy in a very well written book
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