You can’t have a major crime without a cover-up and that operation is easy to spot when it comes to the Kennedy assassination. JFK’s body was seized at gunpoint at Parkland Hospital by the Secret Service and flown to a Naval hospital in Washington for a bizarre autopsy in which the notes were immediately burned. The autopsy was conducted by two pathologists with little experience in gunshots wounds. In fact, the wounds were not even properly tracked. The entire autopsy took over three hours and seemed botched beyond belief. And then the notes from the lead pathologist were burned.
Meanwhile Jackie Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy were located on a lower floor and couldn’t understand why the autopsy was taking so long. RFK would soon call John McCone the head of the CIA and angrily asked if any of “his boys” were responsible.
But since McCone had recently replaced Allen Dulles, he’d been kept out-of-the-loop for obvious reasons. I bet RFK put an agent on determining where Bill Harvey was that day, but it was Johnny Roselli he should have been tracking.
Harvey may have put a call into a famous French assassin (code name QJ/Win), and the CIA’s European front Perimidex may have helped cover some of the expenses.
Apparently some of the top assassins from different countries actually know each other by reputation. It’s a private club they belong to, characters like Harvey, Roselli, David Morales, Felix Rodriguez and Lucian Sarti—guys who pull triggers. And once you get a rep, you can work for the CIA or anyone else with money.
Notice when Ian Fleming wrote about Her Majesties Secret Service, he mentioned only a handful of double “o’s” and they all knew each other. Being a spook is one thing, but being a spook who kills on command is quite another.
But Commander Pitzer was a media guy and ran the film and video system used at the hospital. Apparently, the room used for the autopsy was fully wired and Pitzer secretly recorded the entire proceedings. Unfortunately, he contacted some bigwigs at some major media, probably all three major networks, and began negotiations involving this footage. Pitzer was naive enough to think he could keep those conversations secret. Meanwhile he announced his intention to resign from the Navy.
So I guess you know the autopsy was engineered to support the idea of one shooter from behind. And JFK’s shot in the back could no way be tracked to exit from his throat no matter how contorted you folded his corpse. The autopsy took a long time because they had to reverse engineer the evidence, something that probably happened before the doctors entered the scene. Since William Greer was the driver and also present at the autopsy, one wonders what he really knew.
I guess you know what happened to Pitzer, don’t you? Yeah, he supposedly committed suicide a few days before his retirement. Of course, Pitzer was left-handed and shot in the right temple, his hands bore no nitrates and the gun was too far away to create powder burn. Nothing added up, but it was ruled a suicide anyway.
(Excerpted from Killing Kennedy: The Real Story.)