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Title     Author     Publisher
The Shifting Sands of the Single-Bullet Theory     Griffith, Michael T.     JFK Assassination Web Page
The Single Bullet Theory     McAdams, John     The Kennedy Assassination Home Page
The State of the Medical Evidence in the JFK Assassination     Backes, Joe     JFK Lancer
The Suspicious 6.5 mm Fragment     Griffith, Michael T.     JFK Assassination Web Page
The Tell-Tale Back Wound     Pease, Lisa     Real History Archives
Ten Reasons I Reject the Single-Bullet Theory     Griffith, Michael T.     JFK Assassination Web Page
Three Patients at Parkland     Parks, Michael     JFK Lancer
Traces of Witness Tampering     Cranor, Milicent     History Matters
Trajectory of a Lie: Part I - The Palindrome     Cranor, Milicent     History Matters
Trajectory of a Lie: Part II - Neck and Torso X-Rays: Selectivity in Reporting     Cranor, Milicent     History Matters
Trajectory of a Lie: Part III - Big Lie About a Small Wound in Connally's Back     Cranor, Milicent     History Matters
Trauma Room One: Revisited     Kent, Russell     JFK Lancer
Vincent Bugliosi's "Reclaiming History": A Crime Scene Between Two Hard Covers     Cranor, Milicent     Mary Ferrell Foundation
The Wandering Wounds     Cranor, Milicent     Electronic Assassinations Newsletter
Weak Points in the Lone-Gunman Theory: Problems With the Theory That a Single Assassin Killed President Kennedy     Griffith, Michael T.     JFK Assassination Web Page
What Did the Parkland Doctors Really Say?     Kent, Russell     JFK Lancer
Where Was President Kennedy's Back Wound?     Griffith, Michael T.     JFK Assassination Web Page
The Wounding of Governor John Connally     Helper, Ron     Fair Play
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