Ron Bulman Posted January 29, 2018 Share Posted January 29, 2018 On 1/26/2016 at 6:54 PM, Robert Prudhomme said: This certainly contradicts Buell Wesley Frazier's testimony to the Warren Commission: "Mr. BALL - You didn't see the President's car at the time you heard the sound? Mr. FRAZIER - No, sir; I didn't. Mr. BALL - But you stood right there, did you? Mr. FRAZIER - Right. Stood right where I was. Mr. BALL - And Mr. Shelley was still standing there? Mr. FRAZIER - Right. Mr. BALL - And also Billy Lovelady? Mr. FRAZIER - Yes, sir. Mr. BALL - The three of you didn't go any place? Mr. FRAZIER - I believe Billy and them walked down toward that direction but I didn't. I just stood where I was. I hadn't moved at all. Mr. BALL - Did you see anybody after that come into the Building while you were there? Mr. FRAZIER - You mean somebody other that didn't work there? Mr. BALL - A police officer. Mr. FRAZIER - No, sir; I stood there a few minutes, you know, and some people who worked there; you know normally started to go back into the Building because a lot of us didn't eat our lunch, and so we stared back into the Building and it wasn't but just a few minutes that there were a lot of police officers and so forth all over the Building there. Mr. BALL - Then you went back into the Building, did you? Mr. FRAZIER - Right." So, Wesley saw Oswald coming down Houston from the back dock a few minutes after it was over? It would be interesting to see him try to reconcile these two different versions under direct questioning by a qualified attorney not committed to soft ball questions. O from the back dock is interesting itself, as a statement, from Fraizer. All this leads to asking was he standing next to prayerman when it all went down? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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