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The unanswered questions about President Kennedy's Assassination
Fox Sylvan
1975
 

Conspiracy book written in 1965 by Pulitzer Prize Winner Sylvan Fox and then revised in this 1975 edition.
From back cover:
"Over a decade after the tragedy, the disturbing questions linger. This was the first book to ask them in public. The story it tells, now fully revised to include all the latest evidence, is still the most shocking account of high-level negligence and deception in our history."

The Warren Commission Executive Session Transcripts
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1964

The Warren Commission met several times in executive session. The transcripts of these sessions were made public over the years and are now available in complete unedited form. The early transcripts include discussions of "problems" facing the Commission, including the allegation that Lee Oswald was a paid FBI informant.

The September 18 document is in the form of minutes rather than a transcript. At this meeting Senator Russell voiced his doubts about the report to be issued, and tried to get a dissenting opinion included. He relayed his frustrations in a phone call to President Lyndon Johnson that evening, a tape of which is now public. The minutes give no indication of the conflict at this meeting, other than a vague and cryptic sentence on the 3rd page.

The Warren Commission Report
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1964

President Lyndon B.Johnson, by Executive Order No.11130 dated November 29,1963 , created this Commission to investigate the assassination on Nov.22,1963, of John F.Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. The President directed the Commission to evaluate all the facts and circumstances surrounding the assassination and the subsequent killing of the alleged assassin and to report its findings and conclusions to him.

The Warren Commission Report : The Witnesses
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1964

President Lyndon B.Johnson, by Executive Order No.11130 dated November 29,1963 , created this Commission to investigate the assassination on Nov.22,1963, of John F.Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States.
In this book, selected and edited from the Warren Commission's hearings by "The New York Times" with an introduction by Anthony Lewis.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 1
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1964

The testimony and exhibits obtained by the Commission are printed in this
and the succeeding volumes, organized in the following order :
(1) Testimony before members of the Commission, in the order in which
it was taken.
(2) Testimony by sworn deposition or affidavit, grouped into four general subject categories; the medical attention given to the President and the Governor, identification of the assassin of President Kennedy, the background of Lee Harvey Oswald, and the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack L. Ruby on November 24,1963.
(3) Exhibits introduced in connection with the testimony before the Commission in numerical order.
(4) Exhibits introduced in connection with sworn depositions and affidavits, grouped alphabetically by name of witness.
(5) Other exhibits introduced before the Commission in numerical order.

Volume I of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is the first of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
Volume I consists largely of testimony by the Oswald family, including Lee Oswald's wife Marina, his mother Marguerite, and his brother Robert. This volume also contains testimony of James Martin, Marina's business manager for a short time in the aftermath of the assassination. The testimony in this volume was conducted between February 3 and February 27, 1964.
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.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 2
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1964

Volume II of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
Volume II consists of testimony from prominent Warren Commission critic Mark Lane, Secret Service agents, Dealey Plaza witnesses to the assassination, associates of Lee Oswald and witnesses to his purported flight, the three autopsy physicians, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between February 27 and March 19, 1964.
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 I. 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.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 3
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1964

Volume III of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
Volume III consists of testimony from Texas School Book Depository employees, Dallas policemen, eyewitnesses to the assailant of slain police officer J. D. Tippit, physicians from Parkland Hospital involved in the futile attempt to save President Kennedy's life, ballistic experts, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between March 19 and April 1, 1964.
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.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 4
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1964

Volume IV of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is one of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
Volume IV consists of testimony from fingerprint experts and other expert witnesses, physicians from Parkland Hospital involved in the treatment of Governor Connally's wounds, Texas Governor Connally himself and his wife, Dallas Police officers, Secret Service representatives, FBI agents who dealt with Oswald prior to the assassination, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between April 2 and May 5, 1964
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. Robert Roeder Shaw and Charles Francis Gregory, who attended Governor Connally at Parkland Hospital ;
Governor and Mrs. John Bowden Connally, Jr.;
Jesse Edward Curry, chief, Dallas Police Department;
Capt. J. W. Fritz and Lts. T. L. Baker and J. C. Day of the Dallas Police Department, who participated in the investigation of the assassination;
Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt, a photography expert with the Federal Bureau
of Investigation ;
Robert Inman Bouck, special agent in charge of the Protective Research Section of the Secret Service;
Robert Carswell, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury;
Winston G. Lawson, a Secret Service agent who worked on advance preparations for the President’s trip to Dallas;
Alwyn Cole, a questioned document examiner with the Treasury Department; and John W. Fain, John Lester Quigley, and James Patrick Hosty, Jr., agents of
the Federal Bureau of Investigation who interviewed Oswald, or people connected with him, at various times during the period between Oswald’s return
from Russia in 1962 and the assassination.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 5
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1964

Volume V of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is the last of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
Volume V consists of testimony from the directors of the FBI, CIA, and Secret Service and their senior subordinates, ballistics experts from the FBI and from the Army's Edgewood Arsenal, the head of the State Department and employees of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Dallas Police Department officers, and others including Marina Oswald, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Jack Ruby. Ruby was interviewed in his Dallas jail cell by Commission members Earl Warren and Gerald Ford, accompanied by general counsel J. Lee Rankin and staff members Arlen Spector and Joseph Ball. The testimony in this volume was conducted between May 6 and September 6, 1964 (the Warren Report was delivered to President Johnson on September 24, 1964).
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume V:  Alan H.Belmont, assistant to the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ; Jack Rerill and V. J. Brian of the Dallas police, who testified concerning conversations Revill had with James Patrick Hosty, Jr., a special agent of the FBI ;
Robert A.Frazier, a firearms expert with the FBI :
Drs. Alfred Olivier, Arthur Dziemian, and Frederick W. Light, Jr., wound ballistics experts with the U.S. Army laboratories at Edgewood Arsenal, Md.;
J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation;
John A. JIcCone, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency ;
Richard M. Helms, Deputy Director for Plans of the Central Intelligence
Agency;
Thomas J. Kelley, Leo J. Gauthier, and Lyndal L. Shaneyfdt, who testified
concerning efforts to reconstruct the facts of the assassination ;
Mrs. John F. Kennedy ;
Jack Ruby ;
Henry Wade, district attorney of Dallas;
Sgt. Patrick ‘I’.Dean, of the Dallas police, who testified concerning a conversation with Ruby;
Waggoner Carr, attorney general of Texas;
Richard Edward Snyder, John A.McVickar, Abram Chayes, Bernice Waterman, and Frances G. Knight, of the U.SDepartment of State ;
Secretary of State Dean Rusk ;
Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald ;
Harris Coulter, an interpreter with the Department of State ;
Robert Alan Surrey, a Dallas citizen who testified regarding his relationship with General Walker;
.James J. Rowley, Chief of the U.S. Secret Service;
Robert Carswell, special assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury ;
Bernard William Weissman, who teatified concerning an advertisement signed by him which appeared in the Dallas Morning News on November 221963 ;
Robert G. Klause, a Dallas citizen who testified regarding a “Wanted For Treason” handbill;
Mark Lane, a New York attorney ;
President Lyndon B. Johnsan and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson ;
Llewellyn E.Thompson, former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union, and Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillon.

The Warren Commission - Hearings & Exhibits - Volume 6
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1964

Volume VI of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is the first of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.
The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VI:  Drs. Charles J. Carrico, Malcolm Oliver Perry, William Kemp Clark, Robert Selson Jr Clelland, Charles Rufus Baxter, Marion Thomas.Jenkins, Ronald Cog Jones, Don Tee1 Curtis, Fousd A.. Bashour, Gene Coleman Akin, Paul Conrad Peters, Adolph Hartung Giesecke, Jr Jackie Hansen Hunt, Kenneth Everett Salyer, and Martin G. White, who attended President Kennedy at Parkland Hospital;
Drs. Robert Roeder Shaw, Charles Francis Gregory, George T. Shires and
Richard Brooks Dolany, who attended Governor Connally at Parkland Hospital ;
Ruth Jeanette Standridge, Jane Carolyn Wester, Henrietta M. Ross, R. J. Jimison,
and Darrell C. Tomlinson, who testified concerning Governor Connally’s
stretcher; Diana Hamilton Bowron, JIarparet 11. Henchliffe, and Doris Mae
Selson, who testified concerning President Kennedy’s stretcher ;
 Charles Jack Price, the Administrator of Parkland Hospital;
Malcolm 0. Couch, Tom C. Dil!ard, James Robert IYnderwood, James N. Crawford, , Mary Ann Mitchell, Barbara Rowland, Ronald B. Fischer, Robert Edwin Edlwards, Jean Lollis Hill, Austin L. Miller, Frank E. Reilly, Earle V. Brown, Royce G. Skelton, S. M. Holland, J. W. Foster, J. C. White, Joe E. Murphy, Roger D. Craig, George W. Rackley. Sr.,James Elbert Romark, Lee E. Bowers, Jr., B. J. Martin, Bobby W. Hargis, Clyde A. Haygood, E. D. Brewer. D. V. Harkness, J. Herbert Sawyer, and Gerald Dalton Henslee, who were present at the assassination scene:
William H. Shelley, Nat A. Pinkston, Billy Nolan Lorelady, Frankie Kaiser, Charles Douglas Girens, Troy Eugene West, Danny G. Arce, Joe R. Molina, Jack Edwin Dougherty, Eddie Piper, Victoria Elizabeth Adams, Genera L. Hine, and Doris Burns, employees of the Texas School Book Depository ;
Mary E. Bledsoe, William W. Whaley, and Mrs. Earlene Roberts, who gave testimony conrerning Oswald’s movements following the assassination ;
 and Domingo Benavides, and Mrs. Charles Davis, who were present in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.

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