1Associate Professor of Forensic Medicine, Department of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Aden University, Aden city, South Yemen
Corresponding Author: Othman Alfleesy
Address: Associate Professor of Forensic Medicine, Department of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Aden University, Aden city, South Yemen
Received date: 14 February 2019; Accepted date: 19 February 2019; Published date: 24 February 2019
Because the assassination of Kennedy was public opinion and from my view, it is an ethical issue, it is time for me to contribute with this scientific and medico-legal opinion (because my age at the assassination was 7 years old). According to the available information I found, nothing about the murder has been as controversial as the nature of Kennedy’s Injuries. Kennedy’s wounds have been a matter of continuing controversy in regard to their numbers, their directions, their nature and type (either entrance or exit). In most reports, all have mentioned that the injuries of Kennedy as follows: Kennedy’s head exploded, Kennedy died as a result of two gunshot wounds, Kennedy has a wound in his back and other in his neck (anterior side). In many opinions, the forensic pathologists have written about Kennedy’s assassination, on 22 Nov. 1963. These opinions in regard to Kennedy’s autopsy & report, unfortunately, were confused, contradictory, and often have a lot of professional (malpractice) and practical mistakes.
Citation: Othman Alfleesy, “The less experienced forensic pathologists led to errors in the autopsy of Kennedy’s body and an inaccurate medico-legal report”. Asp Biomed Clin Case Rep, vol.2, no.1: 6-9, 2019.
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