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Charles Nathan Dhority.

Charles Dhority is impoirtant to me with regards his presence inside City Hall that weekend. He was everywhere, if he was not sent out by Fritz he was present on the third floor. He was inside Fritz’s office and also accompanied Oswald to some line-ups.

 

C.W. Dhority. Thanks to Steve Roe.

C.W. Dhority. Thanks to Steve Roe.

 

Dhority was close to Oswald while being escorted in the 3rd floor corridor and also after Oswald was shot and stretchered out in the basement.

 

During the W.C. testimony of Dhority something interesting pops up with regards the interrogations:

Mr. BALL. What was said there in Fritz’ office that day—do you remember any of the conversations?
Mr. DHORITY. There was a lot of conversation.
Mr. BALL What did they talk about–the people in there?
Mr. DHORITY. Well, they were talking to Oswald and Mr. Kelley talked to him and Mr. Sorrels talked to him–I don’t think Mr. Holmes talked to him too much. I think he recorded most of the interviews, as well as I remember.
Mr. BALL. Do you remember what was said?
Mr. DHORITY. I couldn’t remember all that was said.
Mr. BALL. Did you make any notes?
Mr. DHORITY. No, sir; I didn’t.

Joseph Ball does not make any further enquiries as to what he could possibly remember of what was being said. Funny how this keeps happening while Joseph Ball is doing the questioning.

 

Charles N. Dhority and Walter E. Potts (Homicide). DMN December 10, 1961. Thanks to Steve Roe

Charles N. Dhority and Walter E. Potts (Homicide). DMN December 10, 1961. Thanks to Steve Roe