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Gifts from Uncle Malcolm – part 9

All documents thanks to Malcolm Blunt.

These are all referring to files that have either been withdrawn or are postponed in full.

More stuff coming later this coming week.

 

Gifts from uncle Malcolm Part 1

Thanks to Malcolm Blunt I have been handed a document on Wesley Liebeler, who was one of the senior lawyers of the W.C. And although this document has been described at 22november1963.org.uk , there is no active link to the document itself. Liebeler is ploughing through and raises his questions, offers feedback and proposes amendments to Chapter IV of the Warren Report dated Sept. 6th 1964. Compared to the date that the Warren Report was issued to L.B.J. on Sept 24th 1964. Not that much notice was given to Liebeler’s remarks since not a lot changed in those 18 days.

Ladies and gents have a good read, as some of his observations are golden.

What is mentioned by Wesley Liebeler are: the rifle, the finger/palm prints on the boxes, Buell Wesley Frazier, the description of Oswald after his departure from the T.S.B.D., Amos Euins, questioning the 2nd floor encounter,  Victoria Adams’ descent, the bus ride, the line-ups, the revolver, the arrest at the T.T., Johnny Calvin Brewer, Walker shooting, Marin Oswald, the rifle scope and its firing tests.

Even though the document is mentioned at the site above, you only get to read a summarisation, whereas now you have the whole thing at your own leisure.

I love the ending of the document:  “I forgot to mention that some question might be raised when the public discovers that there was only one eyewitness to the Tippit killing, i/e one person who saw him kill him. All the rest only saw subsequent events. Mrs. Markham is nicely buried there, but I predict not for long.”

 

1964 photos

  1. These are enlarged pictures from contact sheets from the Holland McCombs collection.
  2. They were taken in 1964 (Jerry Lewis’ movie The Patsy is playing at the T.T., oh the irony).
  3. I have no idea who the photographer was.
  4. I would like to know who the individual is in front of the Texas Theatre. And no it’s not Dean Andrews!
  5. I don’t know whether that’s Trauma Room 1, if anyone knows then I am all ears.

 

Hugh Aynesworth

His suggestions for an article on the JFK Assassination in 1967.

 

His phone number at that time and his article on the Garrison investigation.

 

On Jack Ruby and his death.

Al documents from the Holland McCombs Collection at the University of Tennessee.