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Author Ed Souza on Paranormal Geeks Radio

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Ed Souza Undeniable Truths: The Clear and Simple Facts Surrounding the Murder of President John F. Kennedy.

For many decades, my friends, students, and family members have all tried to convince me to write a book on the murder of President Kennedy and the subsequent cover-up of the assassination. I somehow resisted that request-until now. I do not know why, other than to say that so much has already been written on the subject up to this point. Most people consider it overkill. There has also been a signi?cant amount of misinformation released on this subject, which is undocumented and just mere speculation. The events surrounding the shooting, combined with the evidence still available today, clearly indicate that the of?cial government story was simply a massive cover-up of information.

But the truth was there- even the Warren Report itself admits that all of the attending medical personnel at Parkland Hospital clearly acknowledged President Kennedy's head wound as a massive wound to the rear of his head. The hospital personnel concluded that without a doubt, the massive head wound was a point of exit and the wound to his throat was unequivocally an entrance wound, this was a unanimous conclusion by all the medical personnel at Parkland. 

After visiting the location of the shooting on several occasions and seeing the actual dimensions and dynamics of where this horrible act took place, it is simple to determine that one man with one ri?e could not have committed this crime alone. If anyone ever tries to convince you of this fact, and many, such as Bill O'Reilly, will still try (see chapter 14), just do me a favor and laugh, and then ?nish my book.