David Josephs Posted September 29, 2010 Share Posted September 29, 2010 After searching the forum and looking at John's Index I did not find a thread dealing with an issue I raised at Lancer but was not satisfied with the answers... To summerize... Hudson was at the toolshed and then he is standing up with the younger man we see in this image... yet we do not see Hudson at 202 in Willis From Hudson's WC testimony Mr. LIEBELER - Would you tell us where you were on November 22, 1963, at around noon, around the time the Presidential motorcade came by? Mr. HUDSON - Yes; I was over there next to that T. & P. Railroad yard where the little toolshed was. Mr. LIEBELER - What was the nearest intersection to where you were? Mr. HUDSON - Elm. Mr. LIEBELER - Elm and What? Mr. HUDSON - Houston. Mr. LIEBELER - Elm and Houston? Do Ihave the correct tool shed?? Mr. HUDSON - Well, I was standing on those steps that came straight down to Elm there, just above that triple underpass, I was about halfway between the tripple underpass and Houston, where the steps are - somewhere near about halfway. Mr. LIEBELER - I show you a photograph which is No. 18 of Commission Exhibit No. 875. It depicts the street and the triple underpass. Can you show us on that picture, if that picture shows it the place where you were standing? Could this be the route he takes to the steps which takes him right past the BDM position? Mr. HUDSON - Well, I was right along - you see, the steps come down the steps for a way and then there is a broad place, oh, I'll say a little wider than this table here on the steps and then some steps and I was standing on this - that would be somewhere around along about there. Mr. LIEBELER - Let me just mark on that picture the place where you were standing so that we can have that. Mr. HUDSON - Right along about there. Mr. LIEBELER - It was right here where I have placed this "X", is that correct? Mr. HUDSON - Yes; right along in there. >>> I could not find a single one of the CE875 photos has an "X" on it<<<< Mr. LIEBELER - So, you were standing about where I placed the "X" on photograph No. 18 of Commission Exhibit No. 875. Tell me what you saw - tell me what happened to the best of your recollection. Mr. HUDSON - Well there was a young fellow, oh, I would judge his age about in his late twenties. He said he had been looking for a place to park and he walked up there and he said he finally just taken a place over there in one of them parking lots, and he come on down there and said he worked over there on Industrial and me and him both just sat there first on those steps. When the motorcade turned off of Houston onto Elm, we got up and stood up, me and him both. He was on the left side and I was on the right and so the first shot rung out and, of course, I didn't realize it was a shot, what was taking place right at that present time, and when the second one rung out, the motorcade had done got further on down Elm, and you see, I was trying to get a good look at President Kennedy. I happened to be looking right at him when that bullet hit him - the second shot. Mr. LIEBELER - That was when the bullet hit him in the head; is that correct? Mr. HUDSON - Yes; it looked like it ht him somewhere along about a little bit behind the ear and a little bit above the ear. Mr. LIEBELER - On the right-hand side or the left-hand side? Mr. HUDSON - Right hand. Finally, in Don's plaza graphic it shows: So unless it has changes, and I just linked to the graphic from Don's recent post, he believes Hudson was not yet there at 202... 1 - How early does Hudson actually get to the steps? 2 - is he seen in wills 5 ? 3 - Could he be the blur of BDM in both Betzner and Willis? Cause we know it was not Gordon Arnold who should be farther back to the right on his "mound" of earth closer to the fence. Could Hudson have gotten from BDM position to what we see in Muchmore? We do not see the steps or the BDM position until z282 equivilent in Muchmoore. 202 thru 282 is a bit more than 4 seconds... to walk 15 steps? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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