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September 17, 2017

JFK File: Pash at Parkland

Filed under: JFK Assassination,Modern History — jenniferlake @ 4:33 pm
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*Boris T. Pash, 1945*

**Parkland Hosp .Dallas, 1963

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Firstly, a group photo below with Boris Pash in the approximate timeframe, circa 1962-63 — front and center on the right of the woman in white. The man appears smaller-than-average with a slender build. Found here, his Washington D.C.church: http://www.stnicholasdc.org/files/booklets/dedication_booklet.PDF
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*Comparison of the “Pash at Parkland”film images bear a couple of striking similarities, noteworthy is the button-pulling folds in the jacket. The group photo shows a marked fold from the top jacket button on Pash’s left that leaves a loose section of fabric from his clavicle, down along the lapel to the button. Even in walking motion an identical fold is seen in the Parkland picture showing the handcase.
   Pash had a long face, seen from his military portraits. It does not look long in the group photo because his head is tilted up but it does show the V-shape to his jawbone, confirmed by shadow which touches the knot of his tie –a boldly  striped tie, like the Parkland pic with its bold stripe tie. Comparing Pash’s formal portrait with the Parkland image standing next to LBJ (as posted in Atomic Agent Oswald), one can also see the angle of the shirt collar (shallow!) unobstructed by shadow as are these images below.
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The so-called unidentified man seen with LBJ at Parkland Hospital is visible for a split second in a film clip from CNN’s “The Sixties” episode 3, The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In this briefest of images caught as the clip cuts in, it is possible to confirm that this is the same individual (whom I’m naming as Boris T. Pash) by his clothing. The photo absolutely rules out the identity of the man as Forrest V. Sorrels who returned to the Texas School Book Depository at 12:55pm. The ‘exit’ films and photos are said to have been taken around 2pm.
   Trailing behind LBJ and flanked by members of his group, it can also be seen that “Pash” is carrying a metallic case on his right –a case commonly used for things precious, fragile, or dangerous.
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