Comment: 1997. JFK Warren Commission Magic Bullet, revised editions.

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1997. JFK Warren Commission Magic Bullet, revised editions.

Gerald Ford, editor-in-Chief
Revised edition, revised, etc, etc. Associated Press, New York, July 1997

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[JF Kennedy Autopsy Records] made public Wednesday by the Assassination Record Review Board, an agency created by Congress to amass all relevant evidence in the case [& selectively publish what protects those that wish it so be so]. The documents will be available to the public in the National Archives. The staff of the commission had written: ''A bullet had entered his back at a point slightly above the shoulder and to the right of the spine.''

Ford suggested changing that to read: ''A bullet had entered the back of his neck at a point slightly to the right of the spine.''

The final report said: ''A bullet had entered the base of the back of his neck slightly to the right of the spine.''

Ford, then House Republican leader and later elevated to the presidency with the 1974 resignation of Richard Nixon, is the sole surviving member of the seven-member commission chaired by Chief Justice Earl Warren.

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