Wim Dankbaar Posted September 29, 2004 Share Posted September 29, 2004 (edited) Below is a fragment of the Warren Commission testimony of S.M. Holland, who saw the assassination from the triple overpass. Lee Bowers was also saying that a motorcycle cop shot all the way up to the incline of the grassy knoll, towards the spot under the large tree where Holland saw the puff of smoke. Why is this not visible on any photo or film? Wim Mr. HOLLAND - Sheriff's department parks in there. District attorneys' cars park in there. It is railroad property, but they let them park in there and save that 25 cents. Don't put that down. Might get in trouble. Now, do you want to know about the two policemen that were riding in that motorcade and one of them throwed the motorcycle down right in the middle of the street and run up towards that location with his gun in his hand. Mr. STERN - Toward--- Mr. HOLLAND - The location that--- Mr. STERN - Where you saw the puff of smoke? Mr. HOLLAND - Where I saw the puff of smoke. And another one tried to ride up the hill on his motorcycle and got about halfway up there and he run up the rest of the way on foot. Mr. STERN - Go ahead. This is at the time of the--- Mr. HOLLAND - At the time of the--- Mr. STERN - That the shots were fired? Mr. HOLLAND - The shots was fired. Mr. STERN - Two motorcycle policemen who were in the motorcade? Mr. HOLLAND - In the motorcade, and one of them throwed his motorcycle down right in the middle of the street and ran up the incline with his pistol in his hand, and the other motorcycle policeman jumped over the curb with his motorcycle and tried to ride up the hill on his motorcycle, and he---tipped over with him up there, and he ran up there the rest of the way with his--- Edited September 29, 2004 by Wim Dankbaar Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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