JFK'S EMERGENCY DOC DEAD AT 80
By the time 2038 arrives, everyone connected to the Kennedy assassination will be long gone. Dead. Many of us will be too.
Recently, one of the most important witnesses died. Dr. M. O. Perry is the Parkland emergency room doctor who performed the tracheotomy over the bullet wound in JFK's neck, forever changing the appearance of the evidence.
Dr. Perry is no doubt famous for performing the procedure on Kennedy, but he's also famous for what he said to reporters after they asked him if he thought it was an entrance or exit wound.