Dallas doctors who attended to JFK say he had a bullet entry wound on his front neck

Mon, 04 Nov 2013 19:32:40 +0000


I normally avoid all JFK assassination conspiracy theories like the plague. But a new book caught my attention.

Written by a medical doctor, Allen Childs, the book’s title is self-explanatory: We Were There: Revelations from the Dallas Doctors Who Attended to JFK on November 22, 1963.

Dr. Childs has been a psychiatrist for 47 years, and was the US Army’s Chief of Mental Hygiene for the Island of Oahu during the Vietnam War. Childs was a medical student at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas, the day the mortally wounded President Kennedy was brought to the emergency room. His book,
We Were There, brings together the memories of the medical students,
interns, residents and, most importantly, the attending physicians who were at Parkland Hospital on that fateful day 50 years ago.

The official conclusion of the Warren Commission report was that Kennedy had been shot from behind by a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald, who fired as the motorcade passed the Texas school Book Depository building overlooking Dallas’ Dealey Plaza.

But, as disclosed in We Were There, four Parkland Hospital doctors, experts in gunshot wounds who saw JFK before he was given a tracheostomy, saw a bullet wound in the front of Kennedy’s neck “where his collar should have been” — a wound that was caused by a bullet entering, not leaving, his body.

Here’s a pic of Kennedy’s neck wound.

WARNING: Graphic!!!!


The doctors’ statements, of course, directly contradict the Warren Commission report. They also support the testimonies of eyewitnesses of a gunman firing from a grassy knoll near the parade route.

Famed forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht says the truth would’ve been made abundantly clear in the immediate aftermath of the assassination, if secret service agents didn’t insist on breaking the law by removing Kennedy’s body from Dallas before an autopsy could be performed. But Texas coroners were not allowed to perform the autopsy. Instead, secret service agents spirited the body away at gunpoint for an autopsy performed at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland, under the control of the federal government and new President Lyndon B. Johnson.


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Jim Campbell
1 year ago

I have studied this from the get go, too many unanswered questions, the Warren Commission told us what they wanted us to believe. Back in the day when I was in the army our drill Sgt. took an Amo can down range filled with water. I fired one round into it carried it back to us flipped it to show the back side of the ammo can was completely blown out. Take home message to us was our steel pots which was worn over the helmet liner would protect us from perhaps debris but a direct shot to the helmet… Read more »

Joseph BC69
Joseph BC69
1 year ago

It’s now nearly 50 years after the Deep State assassination of JFK, which I remember very clearly as a 19 year old, staggered by the live coverage. As I near 76, I don’t think there’ll ever be an official admission of the truth, so don’t hold your breath. Knowing as much as I do about firearms and the trajectory of ballistics, it is patently clear to me that he was shot from more than one angle and more than one shooter. JFK had been too brave, too bold, and too ready to dismantle the Deep State, therefore he had to… Read more »