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Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

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Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

Post by Guest on Wed 11 Dec 2013, 5:35 pm

Check out this review of Clint Hill's book "Mrs. Kennedy and Me", in particular the second and third paragraph:

http://www.irishexaminer.com/lifestyle/features/why-i-blame-myself-for-jfks-death-248893.html

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Re: Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

Post by Goban Saor on Wed 11 Dec 2013, 9:37 pm

In describing JFK’s brains being blown out through his skull to the back and to the left Clint Hill is implying JFK was shot from the front, probably from the grassy knoll direction.  He is merely corroborating what anyone who can bear to watch the Zapruder film can see for themselves.

As far as I’m aware the laws of physics apply also in Texas – notwithstanding pseudo scientific gobblededegook  about goat experiments and magic bullets.

Further down the review Hill is reported as dismissing allegations of philandering by JFK and Jackie. I would think Hill was in a far better position to know about these things than the likes of Seymour Hersch and Gore Vidal.

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Re: Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

Post by beowulf on Thu 12 Dec 2013, 3:12 am

Further down the review Hill is reported as dismissing allegations of philandering by JFK and Jackie. I would think Hill was in a far better position to know about these things than the likes of Seymour Hersch and Gore Vidal.

Not exactly, he only dismissed adultery allegations about Jackie. As for Jack, he said he'd heard rumors "but never saw anything to back it up", nor would he have any reason to since he was assigned to Jackie's detail.

Agent Hill has nothing to feel guilty over, his job was to protect Mrs. Kennedy and he did a damn good job (if he hadn't been johnny on the spot, she probably would've fallen off the back of the speeding limousine). Several agents that day dropped the ball, Clint Hill wasn't one of them.  His lingering guilt seems excessive, frankly, unless his guilt is really about participating in the coverup.

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Re: Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

Post by Guest on Thu 12 Dec 2013, 5:04 am

Goban Saor wrote:In describing JFK’s brains being blown out through his skull to the back and to the left Clint Hill is implying JFK was shot from the front, probably from the grassy knoll direction.  He is merely corroborating what anyone who can bear to watch the Zapruder film can see for themselves.

As far as I’m aware the laws of physics apply also in Texas – notwithstanding pseudo scientific gobblededegook  about goat experiments and magic bullets.

Further down the review Hill is reported as dismissing allegations of philandering by JFK and Jackie. I would think Hill was in a far better position to know about these things than the likes of Seymour Hersch and Gore Vidal.
Clint Hill is a walking talking contradiction. He has given many descriptions, including his testimony to the Warren Commission, of a large gaping wound in the right rear of JFK's head yet, in the same breath, will tell us he believes all three shots came from the 6th floor of the TSBD.

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Re: Clint Hill Trying to Tell us Something about the Head Wound?

Post by Goban Saor on Thu 12 Dec 2013, 6:41 am

Beowulf wrote:

Further down the review Hill is reported as dismissing allegations of philandering by JFK and Jackie. I would think Hill was in a far better position to know about these things than the likes of Seymour Hersch and Gore Vidal.

Not exactly, he only dismissed adultery allegations about Jackie. As for Jack, he said he'd heard rumors "but never saw anything to back it up", nor would he have any reason to since he was assigned to Jackie's detail.


My reply (the quote facility doesn't seem to be working): 

There is an Irish language proverb that you don’t know someone until you live under the same roof as them.

Clint Hill was effectively a member of the Kennedy household during the presidency. By that score he was in a better position to know whether or not JFK was a philanderer than those relying on scurrilous scuttlebutt.

In saying he never saw anything to back up the scuttlebutt Hill was as good as dismissing it: By reference to his position in the Kennedy household, if there was any substance to it he would almost certainly know.

By the way, I'm not claiming that JFK was not an adulterer. He could have been for all I know. All I'm saying is that Clint Hill's reported comments indicate that JFK was not an adulterer. 

My view of JFK in this regard is similar to that of James Douglass: JFK may not have been a saint (has such a being ever really existed?) but he was a martyr.

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