Jim Hargrove Posted July 26, 2020 Share Posted July 26, 2020 6 hours ago, Tony Krome said: What did the two Oswalds do when they saw each other out in the schoolyard at lunchtime? High 5 ? If you don’t think it is possible that both LHOs were at Beauregard School during the 1954 spring semester, then you obviously won’t believe it. We still have school records showing LHOs in New York City and New Orleans throughout the 1953 fall semester, and all that Stripling School evidence placing LHOs in both New Orleans and Fort Worth for the 1954 fall semester. John’s write-up for the 1954 spring semester at Beauregard relies heavily on the interview with Myra DaRouse. In a school with nearly 700 students, one LHO had home room 303 on the third floor, the other had his home room with Myra DaRouse in the basement cafeteria. Since one kid preferred to be called Lee, and the other Harvey, who would notice these two boys out of nearly 700 other students--other than a records keeper in the office? Photocopy machines were not in general use in those days, and so the records must have been merged—by someone--in the cumulative record we see. It could have been done by school personnel, or by the FBI. It is, after all, far easier to alter black and white copies than original documents. As John Armstrong and the HSCA’s Joe Freeman discovered, all the original copies of the school and employment records of LHO disappeared, replaced by photographic copies. Way back in 1964, New York City officials, including Judge Florence Kelley and NYC Mayor Robert Wagner were involved in a lengthy correspondence attempting to ascertain what had happened to the original school records of LHO, which apparently disappeared after Judge Kelley personally handed the originals to FBI SA John Malone. In this post, I show John A’s write-up about the disappearing NYC records and five supporting documents. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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