JFK Body Stolen and Altered – JFK Conspiracy Theory – President John F. Kennedy

David S. Lifton’s lengthy 1980 pro-conspiracy JFK book “Best Evidence: Disguise And Deception In The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy” spells out a fantastically-absurd theory of casket-switching, body-snatching, and head-altering surgery that was supposedly performed on the badly-damaged cranium of assassinated President John F. Kennedy by a group of unnamed conspiratorial surgeons prior to JFK’s official autopsy at Bethesda Naval Medical Center near Washington, D.C., on the night of Kennedy’s murder (November 22, 1963).

Mr. Lifton’s “body alteration” cover-up theory is so outlandish, and yet at the same time also somehow compelling enough to have prompted me to continue turning these pages until the last page was reached (if, for no other reason, to find out if I’d find the words “April Fool!” filling up the final page of this tome). Unfortunately, those words don’t appear on the last page. Too bad too, because they’d have aptly applied after reading such impossible pro-conspiracy conjecture throughout the hundreds of pages that preceded that final page.

Because anyone who has closely (or even not-so-closely) studied the physical evidence in the JFK murder case will be easily able to debunk Mr. Lifton’s wild theory put forth in “Best Evidence”. It just simply could not possibly have happened, period.

David S. Lifton’s lengthy 1980 pro-conspiracy JFK book “Best Evidence: Disguise And Deception In The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy” spells out a fantastically-absurd theory of casket-switching, body-snatching, and head-altering surgery that was supposedly performed on the badly-damaged cranium of assassinated President John F. Kennedy by a group of unnamed conspiratorial surgeons prior to JFK’s official autopsy at Bethesda Naval Medical Center near Washington, D.C., on the night of Kennedy’s murder (November 22, 1963).

Mr. Lifton’s “body alteration” cover-up theory is so outlandish, and yet at the same time also somehow compelling enough to have prompted me to continue turning these pages until the last page was reached (if, for no other reason, to find out if I’d find the words “April Fool!” filling up the final page of this tome). Unfortunately, those words don’t appear on the last page. Too bad too, because they’d have aptly applied after reading such impossible pro-conspiracy conjecture throughout the hundreds of pages that preceded that final page.

Because anyone who has closely (or even not-so-closely) studied the physical evidence in the JFK murder case will be easily able to debunk Mr. Lifton’s wild theory put forth in “Best Evidence”. It just simply could not possibly have happened, period.

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