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(CHAPTER III - The Shots From the Texas School Book Depository)

Dr. CARRICO. With those facts and the fact. as I understand it no other bullet was found this would be, this was, I believe, was an exit wound.177
Dr. PERRY. A full jacketed bullet without deformation passing through skin would leave a similar wound for an exit and entrance wound and with the facts which yon have made available and with these assumptions, I believe that it was an exit wound.178

Other doctors at Parkland Hospital who observed the wound prior to the tracheotomy agreed with the observations of Drs. Perry and Carrico.179 The bullet wound in the neck could be seen for only a short time, since Dr. Perry eliminated evidence of it when he performed

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