Fact: Exit wounds, without fail, are larger than entry wounds.
Fact: Lt. Ronald Oliver has an exit wound on his chest almost twice the size of the entry wound on his back.
Fact: Lt. Ronald Oliver was facing Philip Workman at the time that a bullet passed through his body.
Fact: Ballistics experts have said that Philip Workman’s Colt .45 was not the weapon that killed Lt. Oliver.
Fact: The other two policemen on the scene, Aubrey Stoddard and Steven Parker, claim that they never fired their guns at all.
Fact: Witness Steve Craig claims he saw Officer Parker fire a shotgun at Philip Workman.
Fact: Philip Workman had shotgun pellets removed from his buttocks.
Fact: If such a story is to be taken at face value, then Lee Harvey Oswald’s “magic bullet” has been surpassed in sheer absurdity. Perhaps there was a second gunman on the grassy knoll across from Wendy’s on that fateful day? Because it is a fact that a bullet fired from a .45 caliber gun does not abruptly turn 180 degrees in midair.