Bruce Patrick Brychek wrote:Dear Mr. Joe "Dealey Joe" Hall:
Joe - I am not attacking you. I am cross examining you for clarification.
Joe - You say splintered glass ?
Define your terminology, please ?
What I see is a slight crack, with a slight chip.
Without putting words in your mouth, is my definition of what you saw more accurate, and precise ?
Thank You for your patience with me, Joe.
Bruce Patrick Brychek.
Bruce and hello Billy
What I mean by splinter is that I could see no hole just a crack.
A couple thoughts, I took a looksee at Dealey and a shot through the windshield into JFK throat would have been an impossible shot considering the angle of the car and possible places to shoot from.
If there would have been an entrance wound it would have done significant damage to the spine and would make a trach impossible to install.
I am sure I listened to those doctors say they had never treated a gunshot wound anyway and
the one doctor told them it had to be an entrance wound because it was a smooth hole.
They never gave a thought to the possibility that it could be a shrapnel wound. all they could think is that there was no hole from the rear that could be responsible. An honest mistake on their part.
I don't believe they were trying to cover up they just did not know what they were dealing with.
About the only eye witness I can trust is Roger Craig. I do think there was a possibility of a shot from the North side of Elm on the service road. Roger said there was a .45 slug found on the south side of Elm in the ground.