Identification of the People in the Beers and Jackson Photos Taken During Ruby Shooting of Oswald

EDIT: #17 is Lt. L.D. Montgomery, not Lt. Marvin Johnson as I stated before.


Bob Jackson photo
Bob Jackson photo

Ruby-Jackson photo-Identification
Jack Beers photo
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Identification of the People in the Beers and Jackson Photos Taken During Ruby Shooting of Oswald

CHRONOLOGY OF POLICE ACTIVITIES ON NOV 22, 23 and 24, 1963

Friday, November 22, 1963


12:36 PM: Inspector Sawyer pulls his car in front of the Texas School Depository. He was at Main and Ackand when the shots rang out.


12:50 PM: Secret Service agent Forrest Sorrels arrives at the Depository. Goes on the 1st floor.  

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Sorrels is the second man from the left. First man is DPD Deputy Chief of Police George Lumpkin. The officer with shotgun is Paul Wilkins.

Deputy Sheriff Eddie Walthers escorting Howard Brennan and Amos Euins. 

Sorrels in L'Hoste
Deputy Sheriff Eddie Walthers escorting witnesses. WFAA/L’Hoste film.

The clip below is from The Lost Tapes documentary (National Geographic). Youtube


The scene above filmed by WFAA cameraman Thomas Alyea. On the bottom-right is most probably his colleague A.J. L’Hoste.

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12:55: Witness Bob Edwards, who saw a man in a window, is brought to Deputy Chief Lumpkin by Sergeant D.V. Harkness. The time of this clip was given to me by researcher John Iacoletti thanks to the police broadcast that can be heard during the filming.

I made a collage of images showing Edwards at different places.

Edwards, Bob-Composite

Source of the clip below: WFAA/L’Hoste / The Lost Bullet documentary (National Geographic) Youtube

https://youtu.be/_vb-OJghUu0


Dallas police officer Gerald Hill arrives in Dealey Plaza in a car driven by officer J.M. Valentine. Reporter James Ewell is in the backseat.

KLRD
KRLD

There is a car behind. Is it Fritz’s car? 

   


12:58 PM: Homicide Bureau Chief Captain Will Fritz, with Detectives Sims and Boyd, climb out of an unmarked car that arrived from Parkland.

 The capture below is from the clip below.

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Clip from KRLD. Captured off The Lost Tapes (National Geographic) Youtube

 

Some more footage that follows the clip above.  

https://youtu.be/svLc4FqmqTI    Youtube


Rare view of the scene above in the Cooper film. The clip below is from the Lost Tapes documentary (National Geographic)

Cooper film
Cooper film

1:06 PM: Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney hollers to the officers on the street about the shells he found. DPD officer Gerald Hill sticks out his head of a window, and yells for the Crime Lab Unit, but nobody can hear him.

Kimbrough.
Kimbrough

Hill decides to go down. On his way to the elevator, he meets Captain Fritz who overhead him through the cracks of the floorboards. Hil then heads down to the street.


Fritz, Boyd and Sims meet with Mooney who tells them that nobody touched the shells.


Fritz orders Boyd and Sims to guard the scene until the Crime Unit arrives.


1:17 PM: On the street, Hill meets Crime Scene Search Section chief, Lt. Carl Day who has just arrived with Detective Studebaker, and tells him about the shells. Captain Sawyer instructs Day to go up to the 6th floor.


Hill walks up to Captain Sawyer and gives him the same information he gave Day. Reporters James Ewell and Hugh Aynesworth listen attentively.

This clip of Hill was probably taken around the time of the situation described above.

KLRD
KRLD

Sergeant C.B. “Bud” Owens and D.A. Assistant Bill Alexander join the group. In a moment, Sheriff Decker walks up. They’re all standing when they heard over the radio that an officer had been shot.


Owens jumps in his car with Gerald Hill and Bill Alexander in the back, and drives to Oak Cliff. Sometime after, Jim Ewell also goes to Oak Cliff with Captain W.R. Westbrook who will drive.


1:22: Eugene Boone finds the rifle thanks to his flashlight. Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman, like several others, had been walking by it many times before without seeing it. Day then examines the rifle.

Day and Fritz with the rifle found.
Day and Fritz with the rifle found. WFAA/Alyea film.

Fritz orders Detectives Johnson and Montgomery to stay with the shells, and Boyd and Sims with the rifle.


Montgomery and Johnson pick up the bag that had allegedly contained the rifle.


2:00: Lt. Carl Day leaves the building, and will return at approximately 2:45PM, and will leave at 6PM.

Owens / WBAP
Owens / WBAP

Hill shows Oswald’s pistol to the press.


4:10 PM: Detectives Sims, Boyd, and Stovall escort Oswald out of the Homicide Bureau.


6:15 PM: Day walks with the rifle through the press in the police station. See video below.

Possibly Forrest Sorells in front of Carl Day in the capture below.

Day and Sorells.
Day and Sorells.

6:20 PM: Detectives Sims, Boyd and Hall lead Oswald out of the Homicide Bureau. Fritz walks over to Jim Allen, former D.A. Assistant. SS agent Forrest Sorrels talks to SS agent William Patterson.


7:50 PM: Detectives Boyd, Sims, Hall and Moore arrange and handcuff the men who will appear with Oswald in a line-up.


Detectives Brown and Dhority accompany the 2 sisters-in-law Barbara and Virginia Davis, witnesses at the Tippit murder scene, for the line-up.


SS agents Sorrels and Lawson bring witness Howard Brennan into the room.


7:55 PM: After the line-up, Oswald tells the reporters that he is just a pasty.

Im just a pasty


8:05 PM: FBI agent Clement interviews Oswald.


8:40 PM: In Curry’s office, Shanklin tells FBI agent Vincent Drain that the FBI wants the rifle. Curry answers he will consider his request.


8:55 PM: Detective Barnes makes his way through a web of reporters. Detectives Hicks and Studebaker are assisting him.


9:00 PM: Detectives Stovall and Rose lead Weslie Frazier and his sister in the back door of the Homicide Bureau. Fritz interrogates both. While Rose and Stovall are taking their depositions, Fritz goes and meets Marina Oswald and Ruth Paine on a different floor.


Marguerite and Robert Oswald are led to the Forgery Bureau where Marina is being held. Ruth Paine is there and also a local geologist, Mr. Liya A. Mamantov, who is serving as an interpreter, .


After everybody has left, Robert sits downs and discusses with Lt. E.I. Cunningham who had been at Lee’s arrest.


In the Homicide Bureau, Fritz tells D.A. assistant Bill Alexander, Allen, and Sorrels that they have to talk about the events so far. They proceed through the mob of reporters, and talk at a restaurant.


10:40 PM: Fritz asks Rose to have Frazier take a polygraph test.


11:00 PM: Henry Wade makes it through the mob of reporters, and meets with Alexander, FBI agent Bookhout, and Captain Fritz in the Homicide Bureau.


11:20 PM: Chief Curry enters the Homicide Bureau and joins Alexander, David Johnston, Wade and Fritz.


11:30 PM: Curry agrees to give all the evidence to the FBI.


11:45 PM: Vincent Drain and Charles T. Brown sign a receipt of all the evidence to be brought to Washington.


At around 11:50 PM, Gregory Olds and three ACLU reps talk to David Johnston. Ruby is at a few feet from Oswald. Ruby follows the crowd to the Assembly Room. This becomes the Midnight Conference.


An FBI agent returns to question Robert Oswald. 


11:50 PM: Fritz, Curry and Wade got out of the Homicide Bureau. Curry addresses the press: “… The investigation has been carried on jointly by the FBI, the Secret Service, the Texas Rangers and the Dallas Police. Captain Fritz is in charge”. They then discuss about the possibility of having Oswald and the reporters in one room. At one point, everybody moves to the Assembly Room where Oswald will talk to the press. Source of the clip: Breaking the News (PBS).

Midnight Conference

 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1963


Exiting the Assembly Room, Detectives Sims and Boys lead Oswald into the basement jail office where they encounter Sergeant Wilson F. Warren and Deputy Chief Lumpkin.


Lumpkin, who is in charge of the jail security, has assigned a room for Oswald to avoid he comes in contact with the other prisoners.


12:19 AM: Wade talks to the reporters in the hall tells them that Oswald has been, “formally charged… with both killing Officer J.D. Tippit and John F. Kennedy” 


12:35 AM: Sergeant Warren opens the door and tells Oswald to put on his clothes. Lt. Knight of the Identification Bureau is there to see that Oswald is taken to the 4th floor to be photographed and fingerprinted. Oswald protests: “I have been fingerprinted”. Those new prints have a different purpose than those taken before. They will be sent to the FBI to see if he is wanted somewhere else.

Sergeant Warren and Todd take Oswald downstairs to the Identification Bureau.

Knight and Captain Doughty see that another set of fingerprints is made and mugshots are taken.

1:10 AM: In the Assembly Room, Ruby is heard correcting Wade. Ruby yells “Fair Play for Cuba Committee”.


1:20 AM: Wade leaves the room, and Ruby follows him. They exchange words.

Source: 6th Floor Museum

Source: 6th Floor Museum

The clip below is of the 6th Floor Museum:


Ruby helps setting up an interview with Wade and KLIF-Radio.

1:30 AM: Wade and Johnston go to the Homicide Bureau where they talk with Curry, Fritz and District Attorney Assistant Maurice Harrel.

1:35 AM: In a room, Oswald is arraigned for the murder of President Kennedy. Also present: Fritz, Johnston, Stevenson, Wade and Harrel.

10:10 AM: Curry tells the reporters that the FBI knew about Oswald being in Dallas, but that he had not been informed of it.

Curry not informed by FBI on Oswald in Dllas


10:25 AM: Stevenson addresses the press: “Gentlemen! Whenever this door is open and they come through here, we don’t want anyone of you questionning this boy” A reporter yells at the others: “We will not ask Oswald any question”.

A moment later, the jail elevator door opens and Oswald is led through the crowd by Detectives Hall, Sims and Boyd. Oswald soon disappears behind the closed doors of Fritz’s office.

10:35 AM: In the Homicide Bureau are FBI agent Bookhout, Sorrels, SS agent Thomas Kelly, SS agent David B. Grant, and Dallas US Marshall Robert I. Nash.

11:27 AM: Oswald led out of Fritz’s office. He lends to a microphone and says, “I would like to contact Mr. Abt. A-B-T”.

11:32 AM: Glen King is stopped by reporters, and is grilled by reporters about Curry’s claim that the FBI knew about Oswald being in Dallas. Interestingly, Walter of Conkrite adds an important detail: Oswald was interrogated by the FBI. 

King on Curry FBI Oswald


12:00 PM: Marina, Marguerite and Robert Oswald arrive at the police headquarters for their scheduled meeting with Lee.

SS agent Mike Howard talks to Robert Oswald.

12:10 PM: Curry faces the press on his claim that the FBI knew about Oswald being in Dallas.

Curry retracts


12:35 PM: Fritz orders Detective Sims to bring down Oswald from the jail for another interview. After 30 minutes of questioning, Fritz steps out of the room and dispatches Detectives Rose and Stovall to Paine’s house for a second search.

1:15 PM: Marina and Marguerite meets Oswald for the first time since the events. Robert stays behind because he does not have a pass.

1:40 PM: Oswald has just been returned to his cell. He’s offered to make a call. Assistant jailer Arthur E. Eaves and patrolman Buel T. Beddingfield are assigned to the suicide watch. Oswald calls in New York and then a local call.

2:05 PM: Fritz emerges from the Homicide Bureau, and Curry is at his side. A reporter asks: “Captain, can you gives us a resume of what you now know concerning the assassination of the President and Mr. Oswald’s role in it?”

2:14 PM: In the hallway, Detectives Hall, Senkel, Potts and Brown meet the 5th-floor jailers who have brought Oswald and three other prisoners down in handcuffs. An NBC camera catches the scene.

In the room, Whaley and Scoggins are asked to take a look at the suspects.

Show Room


2:25 PM: Marina burns the backyard photos. Marguerite cuts off whatever is left, and flushes it in the toilets.


3:00 PM: FBI agent Mike Howard and his partner Charlie E. Kunkel have been trying for about 2 hours to get Robert Oswald a pass to let him see Lee. SS agent Kelly goes down the hall to help. He finally gets the pass.

3:37 PM: Kelly, holding the pass signed by Captain Fritz, and a police officer take Robert upstairs to visit Lee. Robert gets out, and talks to Kelly while a cameraman is taking photos.

4:00 PM: Lee tried to call Abt

4:22 PM: Lee calls Ruth Paine

5:45 PM: H. Louis Nichols of the Dallas Bar Association meets with Curry.

6:15 PM: Curry introduces Nichols to the reporters. “This is Mr. Nichols, president of the Dallas Bar Association”. Nichols is taken by surprised, and starts talking to the press, and answers questions.

6:24 PM: Fritz orders Sims, Hall and Graves to escort Oswald down from his jail to the Homicide Bureau for another interrogation session. Oswald is led through the web of reporters. Oswald yells that he has been denied, “The basic fundamental hygienic rights like a shower”.

Oswald escorted


In the Homicide Bureau, Oswald faces Fritz, SS agent Kelly, FBI agent Bookhout, and Detective Rose. Oswald is shown the backyard photos, and asked to explain them.


7:00 PM: Curry states to the reporters that “The FBI has just informed us that they have the order letter for the rifle” A reporter asks Curry about Oswald complaining not having access to a shower.

Curry FBI order rifle


7:15 PM: Detectives Hall, Sims, Graves and Boyd led Oswald on the 3rd floor. A reporter yells, “Here he comes!” Oswald states, “I have not committed any act of violence”.

No act of violence


7:20 PM: FBI agent Odum visits Marina

8:00 PM: Lee calls Ruth Paine and asks for Marina.

On the 3rd floor, reporters approach Deputy Chief Batchelor outside the administrative office. Just then, Curry walks up. A reporter asks, “How about it, Chief? Are you going to move Oswald tonight?” Curry states, “I think if you fellows are back here by 10 o’clock in the morning, you won’t miss anything”

Curry discusses with Fritz. Curry comes back to the reporters, and states, “If you men would be here by no later than ten o’clock in the morning, that will be early enough”. Curry does not believe anyone will take his prisoner.

Curry suggests to reporters to be there by 10AM


 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1963


9:30 AM: Postal Inspector Holmes is with Captain Fritz on the 3rd floor just outside the Homicide Bureau. Fritz invites Holmes to join the interrogation. Both enter the room where are already present Lt. Montgomery and Sorrels. In a moment, Leavelle, Graves and Dhority bring Oswald into the office. No FBI agent is there.

Then Kelly comes in. Curry leaves the room after some time to take care of the transfer.

9:45 AM: Batchelor, Stevenson and Curry enter the elevator to the basement garage. Curry gives orders to jail lieutenant Wiggins. Also there is Captain Talbert.

10:20 AM: Curry meets the press again. A reporter asks,“Chief, you say you’re going to the county jail”. The conversation ends with a reporter asking about the backyard photos.

10:45 AM: Stevenson approaches Captain Jones of the Forgery Bureau and asks him to bring down any detectives available from the 3rd floor to the basement.

Stevenson and Batchelor meet in the basement where the armored trucks are.

Captain Jones walk to the head of Commerce Street ramp. Nearby, Batchelor, Stevenson and Talbert stand together. Talbert calls over Patrick Dean and Don F. Steele, and give them instructions.

11:00 AM: Captain Martin is in the basement. Someone yells, “The armored trucks are here!”

11:05 AM: Captain Jones walks down the ramp in the basement.

11:10 AM: Fritz instructs C.N. Dhority, C.W. Brown, and E.R. Beck to get 2 cars set up for the transfer. Brown will drive the lead car filled with detectives, and Dhority will go with Oswald. Rio Pierce will drive a third car, with Sergeant James Putnam as passenger, and Billy Joe Maxey in the left backseat.

At one point, it’s crowday, and Captain Talbert splits out apart the group of officers so Pierce can drive through. Then, the other 2 cars start moving.


Lt. Swain leads the way, followed by Fritz. Leavelle steps out of the door with Oswald. Graves is close behind. Montgomery follows, covering the rear.

11:20 AM: The telephone rings in the jail office, and Lt. Wandrow Wiggins answers it. Lt Baker in the Homicide Bureau tells him that Fritz and Oswald are on their way.

The jail elevator opens and Swain and Montgomery step off into the jail office. They’re marching Oswald. Fritz asks Lt. Wiggins if everybody is ready.

Ruby shoots Oswald.

11:21 AM: Captain Talbert vaults over the trunk of an unmarked car, and yells, “Get back! Get back! Nobody out!”

Detective Combest helps Leavelle drag Oswald back into the jail office. Captain Jones yells, “Block the exits! Don’t let anybody out!”

SS agents Sorells and Kelly heard the shooting, and both run for the basement.

At the booking desk, Patrolman Willie Slack calls the dispatcher: “This is Slack at the jail office. Somebody just shot Oswald. We need a doctor”

Curry announces that Oswald died at 1:07PM

 


1:29 PM: Curry tells the reporters, “My statement will be very brief”. Ends with “I have no more comments to make at this time”

4:00 PM: Fritz faces the press. A reporter asks, “Captain, is there any doubt in your mind that Oswald was the man who killed President Kennedy?”

9:25 PM: Wade asks Curry to address the press about the evidence they have. Curry refuses. Wade takes the matter in his own hands, and addresses the press himself. “The purpose of this news conference is to detail some of the evidence…” Asked if he will ask for death penalty against Ruby. Wade says, “Yes”.


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JFK ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATORS IDENTIFICATION PROJECT

UPDATES ARE IN RED

December 12, 2017: 1) FBI agent Kyle G. Clark.  

December 14, 2017: 1. Justice of Peace Pierce McBride  2. Detective Lloyd Hill


ABOUT THIS BLOG

This is the first tool of its kind. It lists investigators in the JFK assassination along with a photo or/and a film showing them. This page will be updated as new information is found. 

Thanks to all my friends who helped me on this: Linda Giovanna Zambanini, Steve Roe, Chris Simondet, Fred James, and many others. Special thanks to Robin Unger for his great online JFK assassination photo collection.


1. DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENT


A. HIGHER-UPS (REPORTED DIRECTLY TO CHIEF CURRY)


BATCHELOR, CHARLES (Assistant Chief of Police)

  • Stated on TV the day before the assassination that he did not think there would be any danger to the president
  • Helped prepare the motorcade. 

This is the video where he makes that statement:

BATCHELOR

Batchelor addresses Dallas citizens on November 21, 1963   Youtube


CURRY, JESSE (Chief of Police)

  • More and less involved in the investigation, which explains his not knowing answers to many reporters’ questions.
  • Chose Captain Fritz as the man in the charge of the investigation.

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10090-10275.pdf


Curry, Jessie


In the video below, more than 10 years later, Curry expresses doubts that only one man shot at JFK.

Curry expresses doubts that only one man shot at JFK   Youtube


FISHER, N.T. (Deputy Chief of Police)

Helped prepare the motorcade, and was in car in it.

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On the left. DMN. September 9, 1960.

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Dallas Morning News, June 14, 1963. In the center.

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On the right, from profile. Dallas Morning News, May 2, 1956.

HIPSKIND, V.K. (Department of Safety)

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On the left. August 13, 1966. Dallas Morning News.

KING, GLEN (Captain of Police)

King, Glen

King talks to the press at the police station   Youtube


KOCKOS, H.C. (Inspector of Police)

No role known.

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1962 police recruits photo

LUMPKIN, GEORGE L. : Deputy Chief of Police

  • Arrived to the Depository a few minutes after the shooting
  • Was on the 6th floor.
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Collage by Linda Giovanna Zambanini. He may not be the man in the image on the left.

Left: After Oswald was killed. Center-top: In car in the motorcade. In the center-bottom: Allen photo. Then in KRLD. Right: WFAA/Alyea film. Collage made by Linda Zambanini.


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Lumpkin and Fritz who has a rifle. Boyd is walkng up the stairs with a rifle as well.

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Walking in the direction of the Depository with Captain Fritz.

The screenshot above is from the video below:

https://youtu.be/RU_BCcnZa7U?t=17m25s   Youtube


Lumpkin on the 6th floor of the Depository.

https://youtu.be/4XNHtUDEDAI?t=5m   Youtube


On the 6th floor (Alyea film)


Media photo of Lumpkin.

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Dallas Morning News, March 26, 1969.

LUNDAY, RAY H. (Deputy Chief of Police)

Helped prepare the motorcade, and rode in it. Was in a lead car.

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DMN-March 26, 1969

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Possibly him on the right. Midnight Press Conference.

PUTNAM, H.J. Jr, Inspector of Police

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1955 recruits photo.

  • Apparently was on the corner of Main and Houston during the shooting
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Hughes film. On the right with white hat.

SAWYER, J. HERBERT : Inspector of Police

  • Drove to Dealey Plaza 6 minutes after the shooting
  • In charge of the security of the Depository

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10112-10159.pdf


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In front of the Texas School Book Depository with Bill Lord of WFAA-TV after the shooting.

The screenshot above is from the video below:

Sawyer gives interview in front of the TSBD   Youtube


SMITH, BOISE B. (Deputy Chief of Police)

No known role.

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Dallas Times Herald Dec 23, 1962

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STEVENSON, M.W. (Deputy Chief of Police)

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March 3, 1966. Dallas Morning News.

Stevenson, Chief


Interview with Stevenson on November 23, 1963.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izFiaqrf3fM   Youtube


TANNER, J. A. (Night Chief of Police)

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Dec 25, 1947. Dallas Morning News.

B. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION (Special assignment D.A.’s Office)

Gaddy, Elmo R.

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April 30, 1954. Dallas Morning News.

C. HOMICIDE BUREAU


FRITZ, WILL (IN CHARGE of the Homicide Bureau)

In charge of the police investigation.

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Fritz on the right with George Lumpkin. KRLD-TV.

The screenshot above is from the video below:

https://youtu.be/RU_BCcnZa7U?t=17m25s   Youtube


ADAMCIK, JOHN P.

  • Went to search the Paine house with Detectives Guy Rose and Richard Stovall
  • Did not go to the Depository
  • Promoted detective a month prior
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Collage by Linda Giovanna Zambanini.

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Source: Breaking the News

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February 22, 1970. On the right is Det. Elmer Boyd. Dallas Morning News

BAKER, T.L.

  • Fritz’ secretary
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On the phone. Nov 22, 1963, 6:15PM.

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Photo above provided by Steve Roe. Dallas Morning News. July 25, 1956

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BECK, E.R.

Standing to the rear of a car driven by Det. Brown when Oswald got shot. He wrote a report on his activities of this event.

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Left: M.G. Hall. Right: E.R. Beck. Dallas Morning News, Oct 25, 1957

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Beck is on the right. Dallas Morning News, Oct 8, 1959

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In the Homicide Bureau office. Credit: Linda Zambanini.
In the Homicide Bureau office.

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BOHART, JAMES A.

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Credit: Linda Zambanini

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Dallas Morning News, April 20, 1984. With Fritz. 1970 photo.

BLESSING, HERBERT H.

Probably worked just a few hours on November 22, 1963 for health issue.

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Dallas Morning News, July 20, 1960

BOYCE, GEORGE R.

No known role in the investigation.

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Dallas Morning News. July 17, 1956

BOYD, ELM

  • Often seen escorting Oswald in the police corridors
  • He arrived in a car in Dealey Plaza at around 1PM with Sheriff Decker, Detective Sims, and Captain Fritz from Parkland.

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10112-10160.pdf


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On the right

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February 22, 1970. On the right is Det. Elmer Boyd. On the left is Det. John P. Adamcik. Dallas Morning News

BROWN, CHARLES W.

  • Arrived at the Depository with Detective Leavelle who went in another direction. Went on the 6th floor.
  • He was also assigned to drive a car used in the Oswald transfer attempt.

Unknown
Escorting Oswald to the showroom

24 Hours Later-22
At Parkland where Oswald had been brought in

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Oswald on stretcher

Here with patrolman W.G. Lumpkin who was a lead motorcycle in the motorcyle.

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Left: Brown. Right: W.G. Lumpkin. Dallas Morning News. June 30, 1960.

Dhority, Charles W.

The only Fritz’ man I have seen who wears a different model of hat.

Identified by Linda
Identified by Linda Zambanini.

Identified by Linda Zambanini.

Identified by Linda Zambanini.


Dallas Morning News. Thanks to Steve Roe.

Dallas Morning News. July 7, 1959. Thanks to Steve Roe.


GRAVES, L. C.

With James Leavelle, he was escorting Oswald when he got shot.

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Holding Oswald’s left arm.

HALL, MARLIN G.

Often seen escorting Oswald at the Police Headquarters.

DMN, Nov 24, 1963
DMN, Nov 24, 1963

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Left: Hall. Right: C.W. Brown. Dallas Morning News. June 6, 1960.

JOHNSON, MARVIN

  • Participated to the search on the 6th floor of the Texas School Depository

He’s seen in the Beers photo.

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In front of the Texas School Book Depository.

LEAVELLE, JAMES R.

  • Handcuffed to Oswald when he got shot by Ruby.
  • He also interviewed many witnesses on November 22, 1963.

3 STCA Part 2, 1-Witness


Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of President Kennedy in 1963, had defected to the Soviet Union several years earlier, but returned to the U.S. after becoming disillusioned with that country. He is shown here in a Dallas police station after his arrest for Kennedy's shooting.


MONTGOMERY, LESLIE D.

  • Participated to the search on the 6th floor of the DepositoryHe also escorted Oswald in the basement of the police station on November 24, 1963.

Montgomery, L.D.


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Dallas Morning News. Oct 20, 1961.

MOORE, HENRY M.

  • Reported to work several hours after the shooting.
  • He went out to search Oswald’s house on North Beckley.
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Left: Moore. Right: Richard Stovall. August 1, 1963.

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Moore with Lt. T.L. Baker and Oswald.

POTTS, WALTER E.

He escorted Oswald in the police corridors.

Dallas Morning News
Dallas Morning News. Feb 8, 1959

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Potts at the DPD station. Credit: Linda Zimbanini.

ROSE, GUY F. “GUS”

  • Arrived directly to the DPD Headquarters after the assassination
  • Brought in witness Buell Frazier into the police station.
  • Searched the Paines’ house with Detectives Stovall and Adamcick.

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Screenshots taken by Linda Zambanini

Rose, Gus and Frazier
Collage: Linda Zambanini.

Rose and Stovall escorting Frazier, Frazier’s sister and husband in this Youtube video:

Stovall and Rose escorting Frazier, Frazier’s sister and husband   Youtube


SENKEL, BILLY L.

  • He went on the 6th floor of the Depository
  • He and Detective Senkel took three Depository employees with them.
  • Left to search Oswald’s house on North Beckley.
Dallas Morning News
Dallas Morning News. Feb 6, 1960.
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Dallas Morning News. August 31, 1963.

Senkel, Billy L


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Inspector Sawyer sent one detectivve to the Sheriff’s Office a few minutes after the shooting.Collage by Linda Zambanini

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SIMS, RICHARD M.

Participated to the search on the 6th floor of the Depository.

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STOVALL, RICHARD S.

  • He and Detective Rose were talking to a witness when Oswald was brought in the Homicide Bureau.
  • He reported to work at 2PM.
  • He and Detecives Rose and Adamcick went to search the Paines house. 

Possibly him in the images below.

Stovall, maybe
Screen capture by Linda Zambanini.

Dallas Morning News.
Left: Hank Moore. Right: Stovall. Dallas Morning News. August 31, 1963.

Stovall and Rose escorting Frazier, Frazier’s sister and husband in this Youtube video:

Stovall and Rose escorting Frazier, Frazier’s sister and husband   Youtube


TURNER, FAY M.

Escorted Oswald in the police corridors.

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Dallas Morning News, May 9, 1962.

Left: At the Midnight Press Conference. Right: Dallas Morning News. He's on the left.
Left: At the Midnight Press Conference. Right: Dallas Morning News. He’s on the left.

WELLS, TED P.

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In the Homicide Bureau. November 22 or 23, 1963.

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Collage: Linda Zambanini

D. JUVENILE BUREAU


MARTIN, CAPT. FRANK M. (IN CHARGE)

In charge of the security in the police basement when Ruby shot Oswald.

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DMN Nov 9, 1961

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DMN, June 17, 1966

Before Oswald was shot.

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In the middle. Prossibly WBAP footage.

NBC footage

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BUTLER, LT. GEORGE E.

In charge of the transfer of Oswald.

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Credit: Dallas Police Association.
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March 3, 1959 Dallas Morning News.

Butler might be this man in suit seen in the few minutes before Ruby shot Oswald.

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Second man from the left. KRLD.

CUTCHSHAW, WILBUR JAY

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#8 (Jackson photo)

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November 4, 1973. Dallas Morning News.

DRAKE, JOHN B.

Tall man in hat seen behind Henry Wade at the Midnight Press Conference. Special thanks to Steve Roe who provided the DMN article below.

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On the left, against the wall in the police corridors.

Policeman Holding Rifle Used in Kennedy Assassination


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Dallas Morning News, May 30, 1964.

HARRISON, WILLIAM J. “BLACKIE”

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Thanks to Linda Zambanini.

LOWERY, ROY LEE

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Lowery, Roy Lee. (#1). Jackson photo.

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On the left. Frame of a film.

D. BURGLARY AND THEFT BUREAU


FANNIN, WALKER CAPT. (IN CHARGE)

Investigated the money order sent by Ruby a few minutes Ruby shot Oswald.


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DMN. Jan 20, 1962. On the left.

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DMN-March 13, 1959. Left: Fannin. Right: Charles Dellinger.

CANTRELL, BILLY L.

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DMN. December 3, 1964

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DMN June 24, 1963 on left

CODY, JOE R.

  • Went to the Depository 10 minutes after the shooting.
  • Found a bone in a gutter.
  • Went on the 6th floor. 
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Left: Cody.

DAWSON, JESSE R. 

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DMN May 27, 1961. On the left.

DELLINGER, CHARLES R.    

  • Det. Cody says Dellinger helped with the search of the rifle on the 6th floor.
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On the right. Feb 27, 1958. Dallas Morning News.

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DMN-March 13, 1959. Left: Fannin. Right: Charles Dellinger.

Hill, Lloyd

Hill, Llyod, maybe
On the extreme right in hat
Oswald at DPD-AP online
On the extreme right in hat.

JONES, CALVIN A.

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First man from the left. May 2, 1957. Dallas Morning News.

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Man in the center. May 2, 1956. Dallas Morning News.

Possibly the patrolman Cal Jones in this photo, on the left.

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First man from the left. January 5, 1955. Dallas Morning News. 

JORDAN, EARL

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Dallas Morning News. April 10, 1959

MCCAGHREN, PAUL G. LT.

Investigated how Ruby entered the police basement on November 24, 1963

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4th man from the left. March 29, 1960. Dallas Morning News.

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DMN-March 26, 1969

MCKINNEY, ROBERT E. LT.  MARK

Filled a complaint against Oswald stating  a murder attempt on Governor Connally.(Warren Commission, Volume 20, p. 323)


PATTON, ROBERT L.

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DMN Feb 16, 1958

POSEY, WAYNE B.

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DMN July 7, 1960. On the left.

SWAIN, RICHARD E. LT.

Leads the pack of detectives, clears the way during the transfer of Oswald.

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DMN Feb 18, 1964

TYREE, LEONARD

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Seen from the back-Dallas Morning News. October 28, 1958.

WATERS, BOBBIE M.

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DMN May 27, 1961. On the right.

E. AUTO THIEF BUREAU


NICHOLS, J.C. CAPT (IN CHARGE)

Accompanied Attorney Louis Nichols to Oswald’s cell.

1955 Recruits photo.

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DMN. May 2, 1956. On the left

ARCHER, DON R.

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A few moments after Ruby shot Oswald.

CLARDY, B.S.

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DMN. Dec 23, 1950. In the center, dark suit and tie.

DAVIS, JACK L.

Unknown role.

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Credit: Capturing Oswald.

HOFFMAN, ROBERT E. LT   MARK


MCMILLON, THOMAS DONALD

In the police basement on November 24, 1963.

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#10. Jackson photo

SMART, VERNON S.  MARK

In the police basement when Ruby shot Oswald.


STUDEBAKER, ROBERT LEE

Took photographs of the Carcanno and other evidence on the 6th floor.

The Assassination Film-514-Alyea film
WFAA/ Alyea film

The Story Behind The Story-517

WFAA / Alyea film.


The screenshot above is from the video below:

https://youtu.be/SsnIeaAWFfo?t=4m52s    Youtube


Owens/WBAP

Owens/WBAP


WFAA/Alyea
WFAA/Alyea

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WFAA/Alyea

WATSON, J.C.

Participated to security in the police basement on November 24, 1963.

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#12 in Jackson photo.

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DPD/FirefightersNewsletter.

F. FORGERY BUREAU


JONES, ORVILLE A., CAPT (IN CHARGE)

In the police basement when Ruby shot Oswald.

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March 15, 1966. Dallas Morning News.

In the police corridors. He is seen a lot in the jail basement after Oswald got shot, as well.

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ABBOTT, ROBERT E.

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Dallas Morning News. July 21, 1960

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM C.

  • Interviewed the 3 tramps arrested in a car
  • In the basement when Ruby shot Oswald

HSCA INTERVIEWS:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI_124-10179-10310.html

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI_124-10179-10312.html


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#6. Jackson photo.

CUNNINGHAM, ELMO L., LT.

  • Went to the Texas Theater with John Toney
  • Worked on the Walker shooting case
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On the right. Dallas Morning News. March 15, 1966.

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Source: No More Silence


SMITH, BILLY E.

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DMN. Dec 10, 1962. On the right.

TONEY, JOHN

Investigated at the Texas Theater.

Toney, John-Detective


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Dallas Morning News, Nov 9, 1961

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Dallas Morning News, Nov 17, 1966

TOTTEN, HARVEY W.

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Dallas Morning News, Dec 10, 1962. On left.

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Dallas Morning News, Nov 23, 1951. On the left.

G. SPECIAL SERVICE BUREAU


GANNAWAY, W.P. (Captain) : In charge of the Special Service Bureau

Gannaway


BEATY, BUFORD L.

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#3. Beers photo.

CARROLL, BOB

Arrived at the Depository at around 1PM. Left for Oak Cliff after learning that Tippit had been shot.

Helped the arrest of Oswald in the Texas Theater. Holding Oswald’s revolver in one of Reed’s photo.

Carroll, Bob Texas Theater blow up

Carroll, Bob Texas Theater


Man on the right without a hat

Man on the right without a hat


Carroll describes his punching Oswald in the theater:

Carroll, Bob

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58y_ZofCXe8    Youtube


COMBEST, B.H., DET.


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Frame of a film.

1955 Recruits photo

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CORNWALL, LT. F.I.   MARK


DYSON, W.F., LT.

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DMN. Dec 23, 1950. On the right. White shirt.

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April 4, 1969. Dallas Morning News.

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On the left. Dallas Morning News. 2009.

GILMORE, LT. J.R.  

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First man from the right. Dallas Morning News. March 29, 1960.

GROVES, C.R.

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April 30, 1959. Dallas Morning News.

HART, H.M.

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DMN. June 24, 1963 on right

HUTCHISON, J.D., DET.

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Left: November 24, 1963. Center: Film just before Ruby shot Oswald. Right: In Dealey Plaza. Three TSBD employees are placed in a police car.

INGARGIOLA, LT. T.

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3rd man from the left. Dallas Morning News. March 29, 1960.

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On the left. Dallas Morning News. August 17, 1965.

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KAMINSKI, ERIC, LT.

  • Spent several hours at the TSBD (CE 1549)
  • Worked on security at Main during the motorcade

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REVILL, J.

Helped with the investigation on the 6th floor of the Depository. Later on, he met FBI agent James Hosty who told him that a communist, Oswald, had killed Kennedy, and that he knew Oswald was capable of doing it.

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In an elavator in the police building after Day displayed the rifle for the press. Not 100% sure it is him.

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Mr. DODD. You said, and I will quote, you said in 1964, I will quote your response to Mr. Rankin, just so you can refresh your memory and you can correct it if you would like, this is your testimony: “And. Mr. Hosty ran over to me and he says, Jack, as I recall these words, a Communist killed President Kennedy.
“I said, What?
“He said, Lee Oswald killed President Kennedy.
“I said, Who is Lee Oswald?
“He said, He is in our Communist file. We knew he was here in Dallas.
“At that time Hosty and I started walking off, and Detective Bryan as well as I recall, sort of stayed back and so forth.”
Then he also states to you that at that time, according to your testimony in 1964, that they knew, that he knew, Jim Hosty knew, that Lee Oswald was capable of killing the President. You became upset at that?
Mr. REVILL. Yes, sir.
Mr. DODD. Is that a fair—
Mr. REVILL. That is a fair”-

Source: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/jfkinfo2/jfk4/hscarevl.htm


STRINGFELLOW, LEONARD DON, DET.  MARK

Wrote a report on the arrest of Oswald at the Texas Theater.


SLOVACK, J.C.

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Dallas Moning News. November 23, 1951, On the right.

TIPPIT, G.M.

Not to be confused with J.D. Tippit. Was off on November 22, 1963.

Tippit
Photo found by researcher Steve Roe.

TROTMAN, T.O., DET.

Accompanied by I.E. Shelton, he interviewed Dealey Plaza witness Virgie Rackley on Nov 23, 1963.

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WESTPHAL, ROY

Was at Trade Mart during the shooting.

Westphal, Roy


H. IDENTIFICATION BUREAU


DOUGHTY, GEORGE M., CAPT. (IN CHARGE)

Identified by the Reopen The Kennedy Case group as Doughty. 

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doughty


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BARNES, WILL E.

Was with Detective Studebaker and Lt. Carl Day in the Depository. He also checked for fingerprints on Tippit’s car.

9 Fingerprints expert Baynes, maybe


The Story Behind The Story-411
Tippit’s car / WFAA film

BENTLEY, PAUL L.

Helped with the arrest of Oswald at the Texas Theater.

Oswald- Arrest 1


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On the right. Dallas Morning News- February 25, 1955.

BRAMHALL, JAMES E.

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BRANDT, PAUL E.

No known role in the case. 

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BROWN, BOBBY G.

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August 5, 1963. Dallas Morning News.

Had photos taken of himself to possibly try to prove, or disprove, Oswald’s claims that the backyard photos were fake.


Brown Detective, backyard photos


CARLSON, EDWIN E. 

No known role in the case.

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DMN. Dec 23, 1950. On the left, grey suit and tie.

CRAFT, JAMES M.

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DMN, Thursday, (?) November 1960

DAY, CARL, LT. (IN CHARGE OF THE CRIME SCENE SECTION)

Worked on the Carcanno found on the 6th floor of the Depository.

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Beers photo. Deputy Sheriff Al Maddox on the left.

Day coming out of the Depository with the rifle. WBAP/Owens film.

https://youtu.be/1QaEFzRvCX8?t=23s    Youtube


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September 13, 1951. Dallas Morning News

DONIHOO, JACK

Dallas Morning News
Dallas Morning News. Jan 24, 1964

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Dallas Morning News. Dec 23, 1959.

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Possibly the man on the right after the shooting

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HICKS, JOHN B.

  • Took pictures on the 6th floor (CE 3145)
  • Did parafin test with officer Barnes on Oswald

  5 Dallas Times Herald- DPD offices 4, Parrafin


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June 8, 1958. Dallas Morning News.

KNIGHT, KARL P., CAPT (IN CHARGE OF THE FINGERPRINT SECTION)  

Told Oswald that he would have him fingerprinted again (Sat 12:35AM)

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Knight on the left. Carl Day on the right. September 13, 1951. Dallas Morning News.

HANKINS, DALE

Was with J.D. Tippit when Tippit shot dead a man.

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In white shirt. March 12, 1973. Dallas Morning News.

LEWIS, RAYMOND D.   MARK

Took a polygraph test on Wesley Frazier.


LIVINGSTONE, RICHARD W. “RUSTY”  

Had access to all the police photos.

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Source: First Day Evidence by Gary Savage

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I. PERSONAL BUREAU


WESTBROOK, W.R.

Investigated at the TIppit murder scene.

Westbrook, W.R.


H. SERVICE DIVISION


LORD, THURBER T., LT. (JAIL OFFICE)

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Most probably Lord on the left at Parkland. Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. November 22, 1963.

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Dec 10, 1964. Dallas Morning News.

WIGGGINS, WOODROW LT. (JAIL OFFICE)

Seen in video taken by ABC saying, “It’s the man who shot the man”.

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White cap (12). Jackson photo.

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In the center. Feb 27, 1958. Dallas Morning News.

EAVES, ARTHUR

Assistant-jailer who wrote an affidavit on calls made Oswald (CD1444e)

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October 28, 1958. Dallas Morning News.

I. PATROL DIVISION


HIGHER-UPS


ARNETT, GEORGE C.   

Was in the police basement on Nov 24, 1963. 


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Second man from the left. Dallas Morning News. March 29, 1960.

FIELDS, WAYLAND E., LT.

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5th man from the left. Dallas Morning News. March 29, 1960.

FULGHUM, WILLIAM R., LT.

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DMN August 15, 1963. On the right.

PIERCE, RIO

Only known role is related to Oswald’s protection.

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SOUTER, JAMES M. CAPT   

At Market Hall waiting for JFK

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March 3, 1966. Dallas Morning News.

TALBERT, CECIL T., CAPT    

Was in the police basement on Nov 24, 1963. 

Talbert, Cecil-DMN January 29, 1968
DMN. January 29, 1968

WINTERS, ROBERT E., LT.

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2nd man from the right. March 29, 1960. Dallas Morning News.

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DMN-March 26, 1969

REGULAR OFFICERS


BAKER, MARRION L.

Encountered Oswald in the Depository.

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Left: Baker. Center: Roy Truly. Right: O.V. Campbell. WFAA-Alyea.

Interview with Baker, followed by by one with Truly, and back to Baker.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOh6t-Q9Hzs   Youtube


BARNETT, WELCOME EUGENE

  • During the motorcade, he was watching the crowd on Elm and Houston with Officers Joe Smith and Edgar Smith.
  • After the shooting, he guarded the Depository with Joe M. Smith.
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Left: Barnett. Right: Joe M. Smith. Murray photo.

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Arrow from the top pointing to him. West of Houston, and North of Elm. Above: Bell film. Below: Betzner photo. 

BASS, BILLY LEE

Arrested the tramps.

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA_180-10112-10154.html


Bass, Billy, from Robert Reeves


BEILHARZ, LESLIE E.  

Claims he was the officer with his microphone that alledgedly picked up the signature of the shots. 


BELLAH, SAMUEL .Q.

In the foreground with helmet. Allen photo.
In the foreground with helmet. Allen photo.

BOWLES, JAMES C.

In charge of the communications.

Bowles, JC


BREWER, EDWIN D. “BUDDY”

  • Present on the 6th floor of the Depository after the shooting
  • Examined a manhole cover on Elm Street. Spot already searched by officer Joe W. Foster
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Examining a manhole cover where Officer Joe Foster thought a bullet hit. Beers photo.

CHANEY, JAMES M.

Biker at the rear-right of the limo in Dealey Plaza.

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Gives an interview to WFAA.

The image above is from his WFAA interview in the afternoon of November 22, 1963

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgobHA9V2TM    Youtube


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September 8, 1968. Dallas Morning News.

COURSON, JAMES W.

Motorcycle officer in the motorcade.

Courson, James W.


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Murray photo. Homicide Bureau.

DALE, BOBBY JOE

  • Motorcycle officer in the motorcade
  • Helped a Secret Service agent secure sections of the limousine top
  • Can also be seen in films guarding doors where Oswald was brought into

Source: http://www.dallasnews.com/obituary-headlines/20150411-bobby-joe-dale-motorcycle-officer-who-started-kennedy-s-procession-at-love-field-dies-at-82.ece

Dayle, Bobby Joe


DEAN, PATRICK D.

Reporters all over him after Oswald got shot.

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August 26, 1973. Dallas Morning News.

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May 24, 1960. Dallas Morning News.

DENHAM, W.H.   

  • Was at North-East corner of Main and Houston during the shooting
  • Arrested Larry Florer 

1955 Recruits photo

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Above: on the lleft in the Bothun photo. Below: On the right in the Croft photo. Main and Houston.

ELLIS, STAVIS

  • Lead motorcyle in the motorcade
  • He and his man H.R. Freeman claim they saw a hole in the windshield of the presidential limousine at Parkland

HSCA INTERVIEWS:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10109-10154.pdf

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10108-10193.pdf

Ellis, Stavis


FLUSCHE, DON

Motorcycle officer right in front of the limousine when it was speeding to Parkland. 

Flushe, Don


FOSTER, JOE W.

Testified that he saw a bullet hit the grass on the South side of Elm Street. The area was searched by Deputy Sheriff Eddie Walthers and himself. He was positioned on the overpass during the shooting.

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Foster with white cap. Left: Deputy Sheriff Eddie Walthers. Leaning is an unknown man searching for a bullet in the grass on Elm Street.

Foster, JW

https://youtu.be/VylXqBuhTQ0?t=39m21s   Youtube


FOX, B.J.

Almost certainly him seen from the back, running in the center.

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Wilma Bond photo.


In the Hughes film:

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FREEMAN, H.R.  

He and Stavis Ellis claim they saw a hole in the windshield of the presidential limousine at Parkland.


1955 Recruits photo

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FURR, MARSHAL N.

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Officer with his back on the wall.

GARRICK, J.B.  MARK

Motorcycle officer in the motorcade.


GOOLSBY, CHARLES H.

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Possibly him in the photo on the left. Collage by Linda Zambanini.

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#5 in Jackson photo

1955 Recruits photo

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Gray, Leon E. 

In the motorcade

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Parkland.

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Right: Just West of the overpass in Dealey Plaza.

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Left: Gray. Right: Chaney. Murray photo. Thanks to ROKC.

HANNA, R.K.

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Ruby probably escorted to the Homicide Bureau.

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HARGIS, BOBBY W.

Biker at left-rear of the limo in Dealey Plaza

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Motorcyclist in the foreground at the time of the shooting. / Moorman photo.

1973 interview with Hargis:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDKQWf_W1no   Youtube


altgens-6-groden-from-unger
On the right. Altgens 6.

HARKNESS, D.V.

Helped with the security around the Depository.

Crossing Houston Street to his 3-wheel motorcycle (HSCA interview).

Hughes film
Hughes film

HSCA INTERVIEWS:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/hsca_180-10111-10106.html

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/hsca_180-10082-10443.html

1992 FBI INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI_124-10273-10402.html


The Story Behind The Story-4
WFAA/L’Hoste

The screenshot above is from the video below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuFOp02l8EI    Youtube


HAYGOOD, CLYDE

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10115-10114.pdf


1955 Recruits photo

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Motorcycle officer in the motorcade. After the shots, he got off his bike, and went in the railroad tracks, and searched the parking lot.

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With helmet. Parking lot. Skaggs photo.

Haygood in different images-From Robin
Collage by Robin Unger.

HILL, GERALD

Helped with the search on the 6th floor of the Depository. Also helped arresting Oswald.

3 STCA 52-Hill and Ewell

The image above is from the video below.

https://youtu.be/RU_BCcnZa7U?t=16m48s     Youtube


JACKSON, D.L.

  • Right-rear side of the limo in Dealey Plaza
  • Shook hands with JFK at Lovefield

Jackson, DL 1


JEZ, LEONARD E.  MARK

Says he was one of the first on the Tippit murder scene


Jones, Joe B.

In the middle.

LUMPKIN, W.G.

Biker in Dealey Plaza 2-3 minutes before shooting.

Lumpkin, W.G.

McIntire-Patrolmen names
Mc Intire photo

LYON, KENNETH E.

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Collage by Linda Zambanini.

MACIAS, GABRIEL DAVILA

macias

Seen in this video close to Jack Ruby on November 22, 1963 at around Midnight. Source: WFAA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYbZER0pc8Y  Youtube

 


MARTIN, B.J.

Biker at left-rear of the limo

Credit: Steve Barber
Credit: Steve Barber

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On the left. Altgens 6.

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Second man from the left. White shirt. January 5, 1955. Dallas Morning News.

MCBRIDE, G.C.  MARK

Motorcycle officer in the motorcade.


MCDONALD, Maurice Nick

Arrested Oswald at the Texas Theater.

McDonald, M.N.


McDonald recounts his story of Oswald’s arrest.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36PfhlckeZc   Youtube


MCLAIN, H.B.

Motorcycle officer in the motorcade. Thought by the HSCA to be the officer whose microphone picked up the shots in Dealey Plaza.

McLain on bike, DCA film
DCA film

McLain, HB, 1 McLain, HB, 2

McLain, HB, HSCA
Testifying to the HSCA

MILLER, LOUIS D.

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#11 in Jackson photo

MURPHY, JOE

3-wheel vehicle officer assigned to the North side of the overpass. He was asked to keep anyone off of the overpass. Talked to several witnesses after the shooting. He turned them over to the Sheriff Department.

Murphy, Joe


NELSON, R.C.

  • Was J.D. Tippit’s partner
  • Stationed in front of the Depository all afternoon on November 22, 1963
  • Drove Car 87
  • Was in the police basement when Ruby shot Oswald

Nelson, R.C.


NORMAN, SELTON E. (CANNIN CORPS)

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DMN July 7, 1960. In the center.

OLSEN, HARRY N.

Knew Jack Ruby well, and talked to him on the evening of the assassination. Arlan Specter grilled him on what was said during this conversation.

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/testimony/olsen_h.htm

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OWENS, CALVIN BUD

  • Arrived in Dealey Plaza after shooting by car
  • Turned some witnesses to a patrolman
  • Stayed with Inspector Sawyer until he heard about Tippit
  • Tippit’s supervisor
  • Carried Tippit’s casket
AR406-6 11/25/1963 #4816 [env. 36, frame 4]
Owens is one of the two with a white hat.

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Possibly Owens. WFAA/L’Hoste.

Osburn, C.R.

  • Seen in many photos and films taken in Dealey Plaza
  • Tallest policeman in Dealey Plaza and wears a plastic cover over his hat
  • Drove Car 102
On the left.

Allen photo.

WFAA/L’Hoste film.

POE, JOE M.  MARK

  • Handled the shells found at the Tippit murder scene
  • Possibly the first arrived on Tippit’s murder scene

PUTNAM, JAMES A., SGT.  MARK

In Rio Pierce’s car during Oswald’s tranfer


SIMPSON, W.A., SGT.

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DMN July 7, 1960. On the right.

SMITH, EDGAR L.

  • Was on South-East corner of Elm & Houston
    Could be the police man close to the white van in Altgens 5
  • Gun drawn in Towner photo

Smith, Edgar L. 2


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Altgens 5.

Seen in this Towner photo:

smith-edgar-towner-jim-1-life-1967


He is seen with gun pulled in this Towner photo.

Smih, Edgar with pistol


JFK Conspiracy 81
Couch/WFAA film

JFK Conspiracy 84
Couch/WFAA film

SMITH, JOE M.

  • East side of Houston, and in the middle of Elm Street
  • After the shooting, he guarded the Depository with Barnett
  • He also went in parking lot, and encountered a man he thought was a Secret Service agent

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10082-10445.pdf

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Left: Barnett. Right: Joe Smith. Murray photo.

TILSON, TOM

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DMN. July 20, 1960

TIPPIT, J.D.

Officer killed by Oswald in the Oak Cliff area.

Tippit


VALENTINE, J.M.

Drove Gerald Hill and reporter Jim Ewell to Dealey Plaza.

Showing where the rifle was found.
Showing where the rifle was found. / Allen photo

VAUGHN, ROY E.  

  • He arrested the infamous Tramps
  • He was also blamed for letting Jack Ruby getting into the police station
  • This resulted in Oswald being killed by Ruby. He was Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig’s uncle

 

Credit: The Men Who Killed Kennedy.

VENABLE, R.L.

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DMN Sept 4, 1964

WALKER, CHARLES T.

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White hat. He arrested Oswald at the Texas Theater.

WHITE, J.C.  MARK

Positioned on the overpass during the shooting.


WILKINS, P.K.

One of the first officers on the 6th floor. Credit: Jeremy Bacon.

Wilkins, P.K.
Allen photo

WISE, MARVIN L.

Arrested the 3 infamous Tramps.


HSCA INTERVIEWS:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA_180-10112-10156.html

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI_124-10179-10310.html

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI_124-10273-10440.html

Wise, Marvin   Tramps 3, best quality


2. SHERIFF DEPARTMENT


A. HIGHER-UPS


DECKER, BILL

Was in the lead car with Jessie Curry during the motorcade.

The Story Behind The Story-201
L’Hoste/WFAA film

The screenshot above is from the video below:

https://youtu.be/VD5VQ4sNWPw?t=18m57s         Youtube


B. DEPUTY SHERIFFS and constables


BOONE, EUGENE

  • Found the Carcanno on the 6th floor of the Depository
  • After the shots, he Jumped over wall and landed in the parking lot
  • Talked to Lee Bowers Jr. who told him he had not seen anything
  • Brought witness Hugh Betzner to the Sheriff’s Office, and had his photos developped
  • Went back to the the Depository with flashlights

 

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Boone on left and behind Decker, next to Eddie Walthers. Sweat is in the center.

Boone 1


CASH, BEN (Constable)

All these images are alledgedly of Cash.

From profile on the right, next to policeman with a white hat-Skaggs photo
From profile on the right, next to policeman with a white hat-Skaggs photo/Sixth Floor Museum

Allen photo
Allen photo

On the 6th floor. Alyea film.
On the 6th floor. Alyea film.

On the top of boxes on the 6th floor. Alyea film.
On the top of boxes on the 6th floor. Alyea film.

COURSON, BILL J.

Probably relative of patrolman J.W. Courson.

No More Silence
No More Silence

CRAIG, ROGER D.

  • Saw the shooting
  • Searched the parking lot with his colleague Eddie Walthers
  • Went in front of the Depository
  • Was present when the rifle was found on the 6th floor

CRAIG IN THE MEDIA ON THE DAYS FOLLOWING THE ASSASSINATION:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNhMQU9NsPA  Youtube


Allen 14-Craig 1
Man on the extreme-right

On the 6th floor.

7 Alyea Craig
Lumpkin, Fritz, Craig and Wiseman.

Craig telling his story: Full 1976 interview in audio format:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2xPKl3Hgys   Audio cr


ELKINS, HAROLD  MARK

  • Went to Lee Bowers’ tower
  • Interviewed witnesses in Dealey Plaza after the shooting
  • Brought the Tramps to Fritz

“After searching this area for about ten minutes and not finding any evidence, I went to a tower that overlooks the railroad yards and also has a vantage point over the area around the school book building. I talked to an employee there and he gave me the description of two automobiles that he had seen in the area just a few minutes earlier.”

“After I had brought several people to the office I went to TV Station WFAA and got two witnesses who had been taken there by some reporter.”

Source: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/elkins.htm


FAULKNER, JACK

  • Went in the parking lot
  • Got into the TSBD with McCurly, Wiseman and TSBD
  • Present when the rifle was found on the 6th floor

HSCA INTERVIEW:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/HSCA-180-10078-10275.pdf

Faulkner
No More Silence

Might be Faulkner on the 6th floor.

3 STCA 112-Alyea film-Craig in it- Maybe Faulkner


Found by Steve Roe.
DMN. Oct 29, 1960. Found by Steve Roe..

INGRAM, HIRAM

Saw the shooting with D.S.  Luke Mooney

Ingram, Hiram


Might be him in this photo on the right, with glasses

Allen photo
Allen photo

JONES, C.J.  MARK

  • Saw motorcade with Allan Sweat and Robert Benevides
  • Talked to witnesses in Dealey Plaza witnesses
  • Returned to office to interview other witnesses

KITCHING, J.M.

No information on his activities on November 22, 1963.

Kitching, J.H. 2
Dec 24, 1963.

Kitching, J.H.
May 9, 1962

Kitching is similar to this man in Dealey Plaza.

5 Murray 6 jpg-TDID-Hitching, maybe 2
Left: Murray photo.

LEWIS, C.L. (LUMMIE OR LUMM)

  • Took several witnesses with him to the Sheriff Office
  • He detailed each person in his affidavit
  • See below with Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig in Dealey Plaza

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/testimony/lewis_cl.htm

Allen 14-Craig 1
Man with glasses and hat on the right

DMN. Oct 29, 1960. Found by Steve Roe.

LEWIS, C.L. (CLINT)    MARK

  • “Was at home during motorcade
  • Reported to Decker in front of the Depository

LOVE, ROBBIE (Constable)

DMN June 20, 1959. In the center.
DMN June 20, 1959. In the center.

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August 14, 1946. Dallas Morning News.

MABRA, W.W.

Stood near Main and Houston and watched the motorcade.

Wrote a statement to Sheriff Bill Decker dated 11-27-63 (19H541) that he immediately “…went to the railroad yards and parking area west of the book store and helped search this area. I talked to a city officer who said, ‘I was stationed in rail yards and had this entire area in view. Nobody came this way.'” He told author Larry Sneed that the officer had been standing there for more than an hour.

Mabra. WW
No More Silence

MADDOX, AL

  • Went in front of the Depository after the shooting
  • Worked at the jail on Houston
  • Wears a bow-tie
Skaggs-Slide 8,2x
Man in blue on the extreme-right.

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Bottom right.

MCCOY, C.C.   

DMN June 7, 1974
DMN June 7, 1974

MCCURLY, A.D.

  • Jumped over a fence, and landed in the parking lot
  • Was on 6th floor
  • Helped with the search of the Depository
8 Breaking The News-129-Alyea film
WFAA/Alyea film. He’s facing the camera.

Left: McCurley. Right: Decker. 1961. Credit: Steve Roe.
Left: McCurley. Right: Decker. May 5,1961. Credit: Steve Roe.

MOONEY, LUKE

  • Watched parade with Sam Webster and Billy Joe Victory
  • Found the shells on the 6th floor
Mooney, Luke
WFAA/Alyea.

ODELL, J.G.   MARK


OXFORD, J.L.

  • Ran to overpass with McCurly
  • Jumped over fence into parking lot
  • Searched the parking lot behind the grassy knoll
  • Stayed guard in front of the Depository

Oxford


PLAYER, CHARLES POLK

  • Drove car to the parking lot, and stayed there for two hours
  • Had the sheriff’s 37.300 in his car

Player, Charles 2


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On the right on top of a car. DMN May 7, 1964

STREHLY, HAROLD

  • Went to the parking lot 10 minutes after the shooting
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Jan 27, 1969. Dallas Morning News.

SWEATT, ALLAN L.  

  • Often seen with Decker on this week-end.
  • Seen working for security during Ruby’s trial
Allen 44-Sawyer and Sweat
Pointing and discussing with Captain Sawyer / Allen photo

sweatt-allen


Ran towards the railroad tracks with Deputy Sheriff Harry Weatherford, but did not make it to the railroad tracks.

“Shortly after, a DPD officer brought a boy in a sport coat up and said “here is the man that had done the shooting”. As officers started to question him, the crowd began to talk and pass the word around that this was the individual that had shot the President. At that time, in the company of the city officers, I sent 2 deputy sheriff’s to take this man into custody and to take him to the Sheriff’s office. Also Inspector Sawyer was informed of this and he sent a DPD detective to the Sheriff’s office to talk to the boy.”

At this time Sheriff Bill Decker arrived at the location where I was standing and I informed him as to what had been done up to that time.”

Source: http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/sweatt.htm

Went back with Eddie Walthers on November 23, 1963, to search again for a bullet on the South side of Elm Street.


TODD, L.C. (or I.C.?)   MARK

  • Went to parking lot
  • Waited in front of the TSBD
  • Returned to his office
  • Back to the Depository. Then heard a man in window yelling he found shells. Must be refering to Gerald Hill in a window (Allen photo)

TRANTHAM, WILLIAM IRA JR.

  • Escorted Larry Florer out of Dealey Plaza
  • Stayed with Florer in the Sheriff Office for a while (WFAA)
trantham-william-ira-on-the-left
On the left
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On the left. Escorting Larry Florer out of Dealey Plaza.
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On the left. At the Sheriff’s Office with Larry Florer.

VICTORY, BILLY JOE

  • Seen on the 6th floor by D.S. Ralph Walters

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VRLA, FRANKIE L.

Went to the Texas Theater after Tippit shooting.

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Credit: Linda Zambanini.

WALTERS, RALPH  

  • Talked to DP witnesses after shots
  • On 6th floor where he saw Grandstaff and Victory
Odessa American, June 3, 1964

WALTHERS, EDDIE R.

Searched for a bullet in the grass on the South side of Elm Street as indicated by Officer Joe W. Foster. He went back with Alan Sweat on November 23, 1963, to search again for a bullet on the South side of Elm Street.

Murray 5-HSCA
Murray photo   

WATSON, JACK

MARK

Radio officer for the Sheriff’s Office


WEATHERFORD, HARRY

  • Searched the parking lot with D.S. Allan Sweat and Ralph Walters
  • Went in the Depository through a window on the 2nd floor of the West side
  • Was on the 6th floor looking for evidence
  • Falsely accused of being on a roof of a bulding overlooking Dealey Plaza. Deputy Sheriff Eugene Boone told me that Weatherford was beside him during the shooting.

The Story Behind The Story-91
WFAA / L’Hoste film

Weatherford, Harry with Ruby 1


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Escorting a suspect. Sheriff Decker at the back. November 7, 1961. Dallas Morning News.

WEBSTER, SAM  

D.S. Luke Mooney says he watched motorcade with Victory and Webster

2nd from right

WEITZMAN, SEYMOUR (DEPUTY CONSTABLE)

  • Seen in Alyea film with handgun on the 6th floor (Alyea film)
  • Errounesly reported that the rifle found on the 6th floor was a Mauser
  • Was a constable for Robie Love in Dallas County, precinct 1

HSCA INTERVIEWS:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/hsca_180-10088-10083.html

6 Weitzman, Seymour, maybe


1968 CBS interview

CBS Special Report, 1967

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G04azA5NFoo&ebc   Youtube


WISEMAN, JOHN (BILL)

Helped with the search on the 6th floor of the Depository.

Wiseman, Bill 1
November 10, 1963. Dallas Morning News.

Wiseman, Bill 3
Pointing. WFAA / Alyea film
Wiseman, Bill and Stizman
Interviewing Ms. Sitzman, Zapruder’s assistant. WBAP / Darnell film

3. FBI OFFICES (DALLAS AND FORT WORTH)


A. HIGHER-UPS


SHANKLIN, GORDON: Special Agent in charge of the Dallas office.

dmn-april-23-1963-shanklin
DMN-April 23, 1963

GEMBERLING, ROBERT, Supervisor

Gemberling, Bob, 3


B. AGENTS


BARRETT, BOB

  • Was at the Depository about 30 minutes after the shooting
  • Went to the Texas Theater afterwards
  • Might be seen in the Paschall film
  • In September 1964, with the help of Nat Pinkston, he searched for a bullet in the grass on the South side of Elm Street with a metal detector

Barrett collage 2


BOOKHOUT, JAMES   

Interrogated Oswald.

In the DPD Homicide Bureau during the weekend of the assassination. Photo provided by Bart Kamp. Smoking the pipe.


1968 Newspaper article found by Steve Roe.


Both images side by side


CLARK, KYLE G. (Fort Worth Office)


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Second man from the left. September 13, 1963. Dallas Morning News.

CLEMENTS, MANNING C.  

Known photos of him.

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Dallas Morning News

clements-manning-chamberlain-3
Dallas Morning News

Dallas Morning News
Dallas Morning News

I’m still looking for images taken of him during the assassination week-end.  MARK


DRAIN, VINCENT

Picked up evidence from the Dallas Police and took it to Washington. Carrying bag.

drain-vincent-15

The image above is from this Youtube clip off Four Days In November.

Youtube


In a Youtube video with Henry Wade.

Youtube


HALL, C.RAY

Drove Day and rifle to the Dallas Police Headquarters.

Skaggs-Slide 8,2x
Man in blue on the extreme-right. Left: WBAP cameraman Dan Owens filming.

TLT 70
Cooper film

HOSTY, JAMES

Was keeping track of Oswald in the weeks preceeding the assassination.

Murray 25-Chaney,Alexander, Hosty-TDID 2
Left: D.A. Assistant Alexander.

HEITMAN, WALLACE “WILLIE”

heitman-2

heitman-7-allen-william-florer-larry-4
Identified by Linda Zambanini

LEE, IVAN

Lee, Ivan
Lee on the left.

Possibly in this image taken in the Dallas Police corridors. Credit: Linda Zambanini.

lee-ivan-collage


MYERS, JOSEPH (Fort Worth Office)

myers-joseph-dmn-december-12-1974-photo
December 12, 1974. Dallas Morning News.

NEELY, ALFRED

On 6th floor with FBI agent Calvin Rice outside and inside the Depository (Alyea film and Skaggs photo)

fbi-agents-in-alyea
Credit: Linda Zambanini

ODUM, BARDWELL 

  • No information on his activities on November 22, 1963
  • Interviewed Marguerite Oswald

Odum, Bardwell


PINKSTON, NAT   

  • On the 6th floor (CD 205)
  • Then left to succesfully trace Oswald’s rifle to the Chicago store that sold the rifle
  • With the help of Bob Barrett, he searched for a bullet in the grass on the South side of Elm Street with a metal detector
pinkston-nat-dmn-march-16-1963-2
DMN-March 16, 1963

pinkston-nat-dmn-march-16-1963


pinkston-nat


QUIGLEY, JOHN L. (New Orleans)

Worked on Oswald’s case in New Orleans when Oswald lived there.

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On the right. July 7, 1956. Dallas Morning News.

RICE, J. CALVIN 

On 6th floor with FBI agent Calvin Rice outside and inside the Depository (Alyea film and Skaggs photo)

fbi-agents-in-alyea
Credit: Linda Zambanini

Robertson, Leo L.

  • Based in Fort Worth
  • Interviewed Chief Curry
dmn-july-16-1968-robertson-leo-lee-photo
July 16, 1968. Dallas Morning News.

4. TEXAS GENERAL ATTORNEY OFFICE

CARR, WAGGONER, TEXAS GENERAL ATTORNEY

carr-and-wade-dmn-dec-3-1963
Carr with Wade announcing their investigation. Dallas Morning News, Dec 3, 1963.


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Dallas Morning News, November 4, 1966
dmn-november-4-1966-carr-waggoner-2
Dallas Morning News, November 4, 1966.

5. U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, CRIMINAL DIVISION

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On the right with Barefoot Sanders. DMN, Nov 25, 1963.

Sanders, Barefoot (U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas)

miller-jack-dmn-nov-25-1963
On the left with Jack Miller. DMN, Nov 25, 1963.

6. DISTRICT ATTORNEY OFFICE


WADE, HENRY (DISTRICT ATTORNEY)

Wade


ALEXANDER, BILL

  • Was at the Depository after the shooting
  • Was at the Texas Theater

Might be him in this image:

The Story Behind The Story-31-Alexander maybe
L’Hoste/WFAA film

Getting into a police car that will drive to the Tippit’s murder scene:

Beers 2-Old man-POTP 2
Beers photo

alexander-bill-dmn-november-18-1973
November 18, 1973. Dallas Morning News.

ALLEN, JAMES K.   

  • Formerly working under Wade
  • Helped Wade at the police headquarters
dmn-february-20-1962-allen-james-k
Man in the center. Found by Steve Roe. Dallas Morning News. February 20, 1962.

Seen to Henry Wade’s left at Wade’s press conference.

allen-james-k-3allen-james-k-1


allen-james-and-drain-vincent-2
Credit: Bart Kamp.

DAVIS JR., H.H.

Identified by researcher Steve Roe.

3 Allen, William-TSBD 33 2
Allen photo

2 Investigator with Florer 2
Escorting Larry Florer out of Dealey Plaza. WFAA/L’Hoste

3 Mystery man 3
With D.S. Eddie Walthers. KRLD.

Davis escorting Larry Florer who is under arrest.

2 Investigator with Florer 2

https://youtu.be/OWl4dFch6uk?t=20s   Youtube


beers-off-didallas-6
On the left. DMN. Jack Beers photo. 

7. SECRET SERVICE


SORRELS, FORREST

  • In charge of the Secret Service Dallas Office
  • Went to the Depository after the shooting

Sorrels


Sorrels at Parkland
At Parkland

KELLY, THOMAS

Credit: Linda Zambanini.
Credit: Linda Zambanini.

KUNKEL, CHARLIE / CHARLES E.

Often mistaken for D.S. Roger Craig.


Kenkel SS agent
Identified by Linda Zambanini.

LAWSON, WINSTON

Credit: Linda Zambanini.
At the back. Credit: Linda Zambanini.

8. PRECINT NO. 2 OF DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS


JOHNSTON, DAVID L. : Justice of Peace

Johnston, David L 2
KRLD

9. Justice of Peace Pierce McBride

Wrote an arrest warrant for Oswald and Ruby

Justice of Peace Pierce McBride 1    Justice of Peace Pierce McBride 3


10. U.S. MARSHALL SERVICE

NASH, ROBERT IRVINE

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Man on the right. Dec 23, 1964. Dallas Morning News.

Nash in a photo taken in the Homicide Bureau. Credit: Bart Kamp.


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Man on the right. Sept 25, 1961. Dallas Morning News.

11. ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX

Names of the agents found on this document I ordered from NARA:

http://jfkassassinationfiles.com/FBI-180-10089-10200.pdf


CLARY, H.P. (CHIEF)   MARK


GAUNT, BILLY L. (ASSISTANT CHIEF)   MARK


BOOTH JR. CARL R.

booth-carl-r-att
DMN, Undated. Thanks to Steve Roe.

booth-carl-dmn-august-20-1967
Dallas Morning News. August 20, 1967

BRECHT, CHARLES T.   MARK


ELLSWORTH, FRANK L.   MARK


FULLER, JR., T.W.   MARK


JONES, CHESLEY   MARK


RICKERSON, CHARLES D.   MARK


12. UNKNOWN INVESTIGATORS   MARK  MARK  MARK


1.

Murray, clear copy


2.

Bush Lansdale in Allen photos

Bush look-alike

Bush


3. Man with raincoat

1 Darnell film

4. Behind the grassy knoll

2 Grassy knoll-Behind it-TPOP


5. Homicide Bureau

2 Bob-Jackson-Photo-Taken-At-The-Dallas-Police-Department-11-22-63

Man on the left.


6. Dallas Police corridors

Most probably a reporter.

1 Pick up man 1

2 Pick up man 2


 7. Homicide Bureau (The two men in the middle)

3 STCA 153


8. In the Depository

3 TLT 31


9. Homicide Bureau

6 Dallas Times Herald- DPD offices 10- Nov 23 - Enlarged


 10. Blond man

2 Blond

4 Blond-Cook-TSBD Brennan 2


11

5 Murray 6 jpg-TDID


12

6 Cancellare and Cabluck-Composite


 13. Jailer

3 Allen, William-TSBD 33

Man on the right is a jailer. He is escorting witness Bob Edwards.


14

18 Allen William-TSBD 36

Allen photo


12 Skaggs-Slide 18x- Hoffa look-alike
Skaggs photo

 15. Inside the Depository

3 The Story Behind The Story-532

4 The Story Behind The Story-542


16. Man on the left. SIXTH FLOOR.

6 JFK Conspiracy 111-Alyea-Weitzman


17. PROBABLY PRESS PERSON. 6th FLOOR.

9 Breaking The News-103


18. Man on the right the same as in the photo UNDER IT?

11 Deput sherrifs 1

15 Deput sherrifs 2


19

16 Breaking The News-91


20

17 Breaking The News-94


21

18 Breaking The News-88
Pissibly Seargent Harkness on the right.

22

19 Breaking The News-97


23

21 The Assassination Film-490-Alyea film


Alyea/WFAA film
Alyea/WFAA film

24. 

8 Allen William-TSBD 36


25

25 The Story Behind The Story-490


26

26 The Story Behind The Story-492


 27. On the right is reporter Kent Biffle.

31 Breaking The News-132-Alyea film

RIght: Report Kent Biffle


28

Truly-Baker
Baker, Roy Truly, O.V. campbell, ?

29. Is this Detective R.E. McKinney? He said he stood outside Oswald’s operating room door

McKinney Lt, maybe


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POLICE CARS NUMBERED AND THEIR DRIVERS

Car 3- L.L. Hill

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DCA film

Car 20- J. L. Angell

car-20-j-l-angell
Cooper film

Police car 33, maybe

car-33-maybe
Cooper film

Car 95

car-95-1

Cooper film


car-95-2

Cooper film


Could be the same car as at Love Field Airport.

car-45-95-or-96-2


Car 59- Marvin Wise

car-59-marvin-wise-unknown-photograper


Car 102- Charles R. Orsburn

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WFAA/L’Hoste

Car 106- B.L. Jones and M.D. Hall

car-106-b-l-jones-and-m-d-hall-allen-7car-106-b-l-jones-and-m-d-hall-allen-8car-106-b-l-jones-and-m-d-hall-unknown-photographer


Car 125, maybe- C.F. Goodson

car-125-maybe-c-f-goodson-moore_dock_nth_est_side_houston_tsbd
Photo, City of Dallas

Car 207- J.M. Valentine

car-207-valentine-2
Cooper film

car-207-valentine
KRLD

Car 233- J.T. Fortsen

car-233

car-233-fortsen-j-t-the-story-behind-the-story-252
WFAA/L’Hoste

Car 260- J.M. Phillips

car-260-phillips-j-m


Car 317- Unknown driver

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Tullius photo

Unknown car number on the left. Has a “1” in it.

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Skaggs photo

 

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The Missing Craven Film Taken in Dealey Plaza


DCA Film


Location of Photographers and Cameramen in Dealey Plaza During the Shooting


Witnesses and Suspects in Dealey Plaza


 Locating Media People (Other than Photographers and Cameramen) in Dealey Plaza


Locating Professional Cameramen and Photographers in Dealey Plaza


Locating Amateur Cameramen and Photographers in Dealey Plaza


Is Beverly Oliver the Babushka Lady Taking Pictures of the JFK Assassination?


Bad Luck with Cameras in Dealey Plaza and Photographers not Taking Pictures at the Right Time


Where are the Original of these Films Taken in Dealey Plaza?


Lost, Missing, Over-Exposed, Unavailable Photos and Films and Dubious Claims


Unidentified Photographers and Cameramen in Dealey Plaza


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A CHRONOLOGY OF THE INVESTIGATORS’ ACTIVITIES IN DEALEY PLAZA

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