Warren Commission (1 to 5 of 26): Hearings Vol. 1 to 5 (of 15)

Warren Commission (1 to 5 of 26): Hearings Vol. 1 to 5 (of 15)

Warren Commission / Feb 26, 2021

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  • Title: Warren Commission (1 to 5 of 26): Hearings Vol. 1 to 5 (of 15)
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  • Warren Commission 1 to 5 of 26 Hearings Vol 1 to 5 of 15 by The President s Commission on the Assassination of President KennedyVolume 1 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume I Mrs Marina Oswald, the widow of Lee Harvey Oswald Mrs Marguerite Oswald, Oswald s mother Robert Edward Lee Oswald, Oswald s brother and James Herbert Martin, wWarren Commission 1 to 5 of 26 Hearings Vol 1 to 5 of 15 by The President s Commission on the Assassination of President KennedyVolume 1 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume I Mrs Marina Oswald, the widow of Lee Harvey Oswald Mrs Marguerite Oswald, Oswald s mother Robert Edward Lee Oswald, Oswald s brother and James Herbert Martin, who acted for a brief period as Mrs Marina Oswald s business manager.Volume 2 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume II James Herbert Martin, who acted for a brief period as the business manager of Mrs Marina Oswald Mark Lane, a New York attorney William Robert Greer, who was driving the President s car at the time of the assassination Roy H Kellerman, a Secret Service agent who sat to the right of Greer Clinton J Hill, a Secret Service agent who was in the car behind the President s car Rufus Wayne Youngblood, a Secret Service agent who rode in the car with then Vice President Johnson Robert Hill Jackson, a newspaper photographer who rode in a car at the end of the motorcade Arnold Louis Rowland, James Richard Worrell, Jr and Amos Lee Euins, who were present at the assassination scene Buell Wesley Frazier, who drove Lee Harvey Oswald home on the evening of November 21, and back to work on the morning of November 22 Linnie Mae Randle, Buell Wesley Frazier s sister Cortlandt Cunningham, a firearms identification expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation William Wayne Whaley, a taxicab driver, and Cecil J McWatters, a busdriver, who testified concerning Oswald s movements following the assassination Mrs Katherine Ford, Declan P Ford, and Peter Paul Gregory, acquaintances of Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife Comdr James J Humes, Comdr J Thornton Boswell, and Lt Col Pierre A Finck, who performed the autopsy on the President at Bethesda Naval Hospital and Michael R Paine and Ruth Hyde Paine, acquaintances of Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife.Volume 3 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume III Ruth Hyde Paine, an acquaintance of Lee Harvey Oswald and his wife Howard Leslie Brennan, who was present at the assassination scene Bonnie Ray Williams, Harold Norman, James Jarman, Jr and Roy Sansom Truly, Texas School Book Depository employees Marrion L Baker, a Dallas motorcycle officer who was present at the assassination scene Mrs Robert A Reid, who was in the Texas School Book Depository Building at the time of the assassination Luke Mooney and Eugene Boone, Dallas law enforcement officers who took part in the investigative effort in the Texas School Book Depository Building immediately following the assassination Patrolman M N McDonald, who apprehended Lee Harvey Oswald in the Texas Theatre Helen Markham, William W Scoggins, Barbara Jeanette Davis, and Ted Callaway, who were in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene Drs Charles James Carrico and Malcolm Perry, who attended President Kennedy at Parkland Hospital Robert A Frazier, a firearms identification expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Ronald Simmons, an expert in weapons evaluation with the U.S Army Weapons Systems Division Cortlandt Cunningham, a firearms identification expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Joseph D Nicol, a firearms identification expert with the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation of the Illinois Department of Public Safety.Volume 4 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume IV Sebastian F Latona, a fingerprint expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Arthur Mandella, a fingerprint expert with the New York City Police Department Paul Morgan Stombaugh, a hair and fiber expert with the Federal Bureau of Investigation James C Cadigan, a questioned document examiner with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Drs.

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      • Warren Commission

        The President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, known unofficially as the Warren Commission, was established by President Lyndon B Johnson on November 29, 1963 to investigate the assassination of United States President John F Kennedy that had taken place on November 22, 1963 The 88th U.S Congressional session passed Senate joint resolution 137 authorizing the Presidential appointed Commission to report on the assassination of President John F Kennedy mandating the attendance and testimony of witnesses and the production of evidence concerning the infraction occurring in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963 Its 889 page final report was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964 and made public three days later It concluded that President Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald and that Oswald acted entirely alone It also concluded that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later The Commission s findings have proven controversial and have been both challenged and supported by later studies.The Commission took its unofficial name the Warren Commission from its chairman, Chief Justice Earl Warren According to published transcripts of Johnson s presidential phone conversations, some major officials were opposed to forming such a commission and several commission members took part only reluctantly One of their chief reservations was that a commission would ultimately create controversy than consensus, and those fears proved valid.


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    1. It was interesting and even if the witnesses were manipulated a lot of information comes through if read carefully.


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