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Denis Morissette

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  1. The interviewer is asking McHugh if the body had been left unattended. It’s because he knew about Lifton working on his theory of stolen body.
  2. The 1976 Radio Special of Thou Shalt not Kill radio program. Rare 70s interviews with General McHugh who was in the motorocade, Charles Brehm, Jean Hill,AP photographer Altgens, Senator Yarborough,and DPD dispatcher Murray Jackson on the microphone stuck and patrolman Stavis Ellis at Parkland. Tippit segment: A last clip of this Radio show. General McHugh gives his observations of what happened in the motorcade, at Parkland and Bethesda. He says he was with JFK's body all the time. I think he told Lifton that he may have been absent about 15 minutes. He is describing a frontal wound... Sorry for the occasional choppy editing.
  3. I can't remember who said Ruth was CIA. Not someone credible for sure. Her sister was, OK.
  4. This lady is either Reid or Eileen Ruby, Jack's sister. Some time before or after, Jim Underwood is sitting next to Eileen's sister Eva. The glasses are different, but maybe Eileen had 2 pair of glasses. How common would that be in 1963, though? https://postimg.cc/F1XC4cL5
  5. Someone who wants to prove that the lady with glasses in Wiegman film is really Reid. I’m not convinced that the lady in the color photo published by “you know who but can’t say who”, the one in the Wiegman film and the one with Leavelle are the same. But I’ve been wrong before although extremely rarely as you know.
  6. Because she looks somewhat like her. But she also looks like one of Ruby’s sister.
  7. This is the lady who some say is Mrs. Reid with Leavelle. This is on November 24. I only know of her visit on November 23. I've just done a screen capture of the film showing the lady.
  8. Can you expend on this? "There's more proof than this that the Craven film was not ruined, and Gary became aware of it before he passed away." What I found in Trask's The Pictures of the Pain: https://postimg.cc/Mnd1wQdG https://postimg.cc/Ty1g334J https://postimg.cc/HJN5cCGD
  9. There is nothing like being in Washington or Texas to do jfk assassination research. That’s where they have the best archives.
  10. I'll try to find an index for the Oak Cliff Tribune. They may have done 1963 interviews with people living in the Tippit shooting and Texas Theater area.
  11. Thanks, Steve. And what a show of braveness to print a paper in Texas in the 19th Century reporting violence against blacks that were not always reported in the white press. A true hero. Wondering how he and his colleagues stayed alive.
  12. I’ve just asked a friend of mine. When I’m semi-retired in 5 years, I’m counting on spending 2 or 3 months in Dallas pouring through the several archives that just a handful of us will ever have the chance to visit. “Denis, I believe the Oak Cliff Tribune has not been digitized. I checked with Dallas Library and they have it on microfilm. It would probably be a good source. I’m sure they covered the assassination.”
  13. I don’t see the height on the Certificate.
  14. Ed Shields told The hsca about the Reid and Oswald encounter. Unfortunately, Shields was not an articulate person.
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