This series of June 13, 1967 photographs provided by the Warren Commission shows four sides of a bullet, found at Parkland Hospital, which is the subject of a dispute over which stretcher it had come from - Texas Gov. John Connally's or President John F. Kennedy's. Tests show it came from Lee Harvey Oswald's rifle, and it is almost undamaged. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)

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This series of June 13, 1967 photographs provided by the Warren Commission shows four sides of a bullet, found at Parkland Hospital, which is the subject of a dispute over which stretcher it had come from - Texas Gov. John Connally's or President John F. Kennedy's. Tests show it came from Lee Harvey Oswald's rifle, and it is almost undamaged. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)
This series of June 13, 1967 photographs provided by the Warren Commission shows four sides of a bullet, found at Parkland Hospital, which is the subject of a dispute over which stretcher it had come from - Texas Gov. John Connally's or President John F. Kennedy's. Tests show it came from Lee Harvey Oswald's rifle, and it is almost undamaged. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)
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