November 11, 2013
Parkland nurse: “There was no blunting of the bullet or scarring around the shell from where it had been fired.”
As we approach the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy a new revelation has surfaced, joining the countless other revelations that point to a massive conspiracy to assassinate president John F. Kennedy in Dallas.
One of the first nurses present at Parkland Hospital to receive the fatally wounded Kennedy has very recently told an audience she observed a bullet lodged between the president’s ear and shoulder. This bullet, or any mention of it, later completely vanished from the autopsy-reports.
As the Sunday Mirror reports, the nurse recalls a “mystery bullet” lodged in the president’s body ” between his ear and his shoulder”.
“It was pointed at its tip and showed no signs of damage.”, Hall noted. “There was no blunting of the bullet or scarring around the shell from where it had been fired.”
“I’d had a great deal of experience working with gunshot wounds, but I had never seen anything like this before. It was about one-and-a-half inches long – nothing like the bullets that were later produced.
Hall also said, “It was taken away but never have I seen it presented in evidence or heard what happened to it. It remains a mystery.”
A mystery indeed. What’s especially mysterious is the fact that Hall describes the unusual bullet to be in pristine condition- showing no signs of being ejected from a firearm. This reminds us somewhat of the next to pristine bullet found on the stretcher at Parkland, later known has the magic bullet- one of the three supposed bullets fired by Lee Harvey Oswald from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. This mention of yet another bullet (quite different from the other bullets supposedly fired from the mail-order Mannlicher Carcano)
In light of this recent bombshell revelation it’s ironic that the sixth floor museum, a great proponent of the lone gunman theory, did an interview in March of 2012 with the former nurse at the museum in the context of the upcoming 50th anniversary. It turns out that the museum’s guest would later provide bombshell evidence of a mystery bullet.