The Peace of God to all that belong to the Light,
This 22nd of November of 2008 we are going to have the 45th aniversary of the most horrendous Assassination of the XX Century and probably also the
biggest unsolved criminal mystery of the History.
During all those years after that fatal afternoon of Friday in Dallas, Texas, many theories have appeared about what really happend with JFK in his
last minutes crossing in the official Lincoln Continental vehicle Dealey Plaza toward his appointment with the death.
The Warren comission report, the official investigation version of the facts, by our time is vissibly contradicted and weaken with more and more
evidences and testimonies of direct witnesses that during all these years have contributed a lot to support the theory of the Conspiracy.
To talk about a conspiracy is grave, specially when that can be in the core of the most sacred circles of the political power, but there are not only
opinions supported it, also facts, that remain unexplicable and perhaps the worst is the missing of a crucial evidence that can show the truth in one
direction or other, about what were the real causes and circumstances of the Assassination and, moreover, if Lee Harvey Oswald could be the only
murderer or not, part of that evidence is the Brain of JFK.
The brain of JFK was carefully removed by forensic physicians in Betesda and must be, with other evidences also missing, stored in the National
Archive but everything looks to show that in some moment in between April 22nd of 1965 and October 31st of 1966 somebody took it, of course illegaly.
Let me give some information that about this mystery appears in the Volume VII of the HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON
114) On April 22, 1965, then Senator Robert F. Kennedy
sent a letter to Dr. Burkley directing him to transfer in person
the autopsy material being kept at the White House to Mrs. Evelyn
Lincoln, the personal secretary of President Kennedy, for
safekeeping at the National Archives.
The letter also said that
Mrs. Lincoln was being instructed that the material was not to be
released to anyone without Robert Kennedy's written permission and
approval. This demonstrates Robert Kennedy's firm control over
the disposition of the materials.
(117) In his testimony before the committee, Bouck stated
that he is quite positive all the autopsy-related material that
came into his possession was given to Mrs. Lincoln at the time of
the 1965 transfer. He also stated that he was uncertain whether
Dr. Burkley had custody of the brain, but that if the brain was
part of the autopsy materials in the custody of the Secret
Service, it was transported to the National Archives.
(120) The next documented transaction involving the
materials transferred to Mrs. Lincoln occurred on October 29,
1966, when Mr. Burke Marshall, on behalf of the executors of the
John F. Kennedy estate, sent a letter to Lawson B. Knott, the
Administrator of the General Services Administration, outlining
an agreement for formal transfer of materials related to the
autopsy to the U.S. Government
123) Upon inspection, the officials realized that the
footlocker did not contain any of the material listed under item
No. 9 of the inventory. This material included:
1 plastic box, 9 by 6 1/2 by 1 inches, paraffin blocks of
1 plastic box containing paraffin blocks of tissue sections
plus 35 slides.
A third box containing 84 slides.
1 stainless steel container, 7 by 8 inches in diameter,
containing gross material.
3 wooden boxes, each 7 by 3 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches, containing
58 slides of blood smears taken at various times
during President Kennedy's lifetime.
(126) Mrs. Lincoln stated that within approximately 1
month, Robert F. Kennedy telephoned her and informed her that he
was sending Angela Novello, his personal secretary, to move the
footlocker that Dr. Burkley had transferred. She believed they
wanted the materials moved to another part of the Archives,
presumably where Robert F. Kennedy was storing other materials.
Angela Novello soon came to her office with Herman Kahn, Assistant
Archivist for Presidential Libraries, and one or more of his
deputies, to take the trunk
. Lincoln believes she had Novello sign
a receipt for the materials, which was Lincoln's routine practice,
but she is uncertain where it would be today. Lincoln also said
that she gave Novello both keys to the trunk. She added that the
trunk was never opened while it was in her office.
128) Because of Lincoln's statement and other reports that
Novello produced the key to the footlocker in December 1966, the
committee interviewed Novello and also obtained an affidavit. She
informed the committee that she had no recollection of handling
a footlocker, of possessing a key or keys to such a footlocker,
or of handling any of the autopsy materials
129) The committee also contacted Burke Marshall and
Senator Edward Kennedy to determine their knowledge of the missing
materials. Senator Kennedy indicated that he did not know what
happened to the materials, or who last had custody of them.
132) The next reference to the missing materials and the
other autopsy materials in the custody of the National Archives
occurred in 1968. Ramsey Clark, the Attorney. General, arranged
for an independent review of the autopsy evidence by a group of
pathologists-commonly referred to as the Clark panel--as a result
of growing skepticism concerning the assassination and Warren
(148) Despite these efforts, the committee was not able to
determine precisely what happened to the missing materials. .......
After the removal from Lincoln's office, Robert Kennedy most likely acquired possession of or at least personal control over these materials.
Burke Marshall's opinion that Robert Kennedy obtained and disposed
of these items himself to prevent any future public display
supports this theory.
And that is all that we know about this so important evidence.
Lets start this discussion, comments are welcome.
please chk the full report at:mcadams.posc.mu.edu...
The Angel of Lightness
[edit on 7/17/2008 by The angel of light]