2018-07-07 12:59:30 UTC
This is how one of our regulars described the game of musical caskets that was played with JFK's body:
One of the problems was that the caskets made 3 arrivals at the morgue!
The first was the shipping casket, which contained the real body of JFK as
per the witnesses under oath. That arrival was at 6:35pm documented.
The 2 other arrivals were the Bronze casket, the first of which occurred
at about 7:17pm at the morgue. It had arrived from the road trip at the
main entrance of Bethesda at about 7:07pm and the family had debarked and
gone up to the 17th floor to the VIP suite to wait. The FBI and SS agents
were with that motorcade, and the ambulance went around the back of the
building to the morgue loading dock.
There was later a third arrival where the Bronze casket was sent out
with the body now in it where it should have been, and the honor guard
brought the ambulance back and the casket made a third entrance to the
morgue. This allowed any who saw the body to come out of the Bronze
casket to say that's what they saw. But it confused all the other events:
So there we have it. He's done David Lifton and Doug Horne one better.
They only had two caskets showing up at the Bethesda morgue. He's claiming
there was a third arrival. Apparently after the body arrived first in a
shipping casket and clandestine surgery performed, the body was put back
into the ornamental casket that was empty when it was unloaded from AF1
and shipped to Bethesda by ambulance. Then they sent the body back out and
redelivered it to the morgue's loading dock where it was brought in a
second time at which time it was removed from the casket in front of the
watchful eye of FBI agents Sibert and O'Neill. Don't ask me what they were
doing while all this body switching was going on. I'm sure the answer
would be fascinating. And funny too.
Apparently this makes more sense to this poster than JFK's body remaining
in the ornamental casket the whole time from when it was unloaded off AF1
at Andrews until it was delivered to the morgue at Bethesda.