Interview with Dr. William Dinkins
QUESTION 26
INTERVIEWER:

WOULD YOU TELL US ABOUT WHEN JIMMY LEE JACKSON WAS OPENED THIS SECOND TIME WHETHER YOU OBSERVED ANY CONDITION INTERNALLY THERE THAT YOU FELT WOULD CREATE A PROBLEM OR WHAT DID YOU FIND?

Dr. William Dinkins:

Well, around the wound of entrance in the transverse colon there was an area of what we call necrosis or dead tissue, but which in my opinion would have created no problem. He had it in a suction tube and that was taking care of things very nicely, along with his antibiotics.