Doctors who tended to President John F. Kennedy on the day of his assassination have come forward challenging a key aspect of the official narrative. The development sheds new light on one of the most scrutinized events in American history.
The new documentary “JFK: What the Doctors Saw,” produced by Jacquelynn Lueth and featured on Paramount+, brings forth the testimonies of several doctors who were present in the emergency room at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963.
These medical professionals, with their extensive experience in treating gunshot wounds, now raise serious doubts about the Warren Commission’s conclusion that a single “magic bullet” fired by Lee Harvey Oswald was responsible for Kennedy’s death.
Jacquelynn Lueth, the executive producer behind the documentary, conducted interviews with seven doctors from Parkland for the film. In her recent article for CBS News, she noted that the doctors’ memories were remarkably sharp and vivid, seemingly unaffected by the many years that have passed since the event.
“The doctors at Parkland had extensive experience in treating gunshot wounds and had no agenda other than trying to save the…
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