time Finck arrived, the autopsy had been underway for approximately 30 minutes. (WC-V6:44) It is reasonable to assume that Baxter's original description of a more rearward wound is more reliable than his later testimony before thesis requirements at maine Arlen Specter, who on more than one occasion tried to move the skull wound away from the rear. Robert McClelland is essentially by recollection of the wound suffered by John. Boswell's lab assistant on the night of the autopsy, Rudnicki was interviewed by hsca's Mark Flanagan on 5/2/78. Purdy reported that "Dr.
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This one stores the name of the default printer - the one that print jobs will go to unless you take some action to change things. As we'll see, however, an inexplicable concordance of reliable, close eyewitnesses places the major visible defect in JFK's scalp and skull at the right rear where it is absent in the "authenticated" photographs and X-rays. Suppose, for example, that we have a file dict with contents red rojo green verde blue azul white blanco black negro Then we can do this wc dict 5 10 56 tmp This shows that dict has 5 lines, 10 words, and 56 characters. He wrote, "I examined (JFK's) wounds. Purdy: "I looked at the head wound briefly by leaning over the table and noticed that the parietal occipital head wound was largely avulsive and there was visible brain tissue in the macard and some cerebellum seen." (hsca-V7:302-interview with Purdy 1-11-78. Stringer remembers taking "at least two exposures of the body cavity" (hsca rec #. 226) The hsca's Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy reported that Jenkins "said he saw a head wound in the ".middle temporal region back to the occipital." (hsca interview with Curtis Jenkins, Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy, 8-29-77.