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Press Bus #1 Occupants?


Don Roberdeau
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Good Day.... Does anyone have handy a list of the known occupants of motorcade press bus #1?

Thank You.

Don Roberdeau

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Do you know if the "occupants of motorcade press bus #1" wore great big red press cards pinned on their coats?

'I saw Jack and two out-of-state reporters, whom I did not know, leave the elevator door and proceed toward those television cameras, to go around the corner where Captain Fritz's office was. Jack walked between them. these two out-of-state reporters had big press cards pinned on their coats, great big red ones, I think they said "President Kennedy's Visit to Dallas-Press", or something like that. And Jack didn't have one, but the man on either side of him did. and they walked pretty rapidly from the elevator area past the policeman, and Jack was bent over like this-writting on a piece of paper, and talking to one of the reporters, and pointing to something on the peice of paper, he was kind of hynched over." Newsman John Rutledge (WC Report Pg 340)

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