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Looking for a copy of CD1444c, the Warren Commission Dallas Police Department Document titled,"Telephone Sheets on prisoner's telephone calls for November 22, 23 and 24, 1963."

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Jim Root

I saw your post yesterday, and am trying to locate it, in the meantime....

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Looking for a copy of CD1444c, the Warren Commission Dallas Police Department Document titled,"Telephone Sheets on prisoner's telephone calls for November 22, 23 and 24, 1963."

Thanks,

Jim Root

I saw your post yesterday, and am trying to locate it, in the meantime....

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...492entry16492

The following link contains the following document; Warren Commission Exhibit 2187 (taken from Vol. 24 of the Warren Report)

Note, this is a really crummy reproduction of an extremely important document. Enough Said

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol24_0439b.htm

The LaFontaines book Oswald Talked contains some of the 1444 documents you are looking for, but only two pages.

On pages 394-395 are reproductions of

1. CD 1444 Page 5 of [blank] Encl. 3. This document is the 3rd Platoon's 'Prisoner's Telephone Contact Form'

dated 11/22/1963.

2. CD1444 Page 1 of [blank] Encl.3 This document, unlike the previous one denotes a phone call listing for Lee H. Oswald - Cell # F-2. Contact Field (Yes or No) appears to possibly have been 'altered,' to be more specific there is a long smudge that runs from right to left, at a downward semi-circular angle, which, results in the fact that it makes verification as to 'whether there was a connection made' confusing, at best.

In addition, the document itself appears to have been tampered with. My reasoning is due to the fact that this list has 5 columns and 15 rows. It appears obvious that 'someone' took the original document then photocopied a separate page to produce a 'altered document.' The big screw-up can be noticed almost immediately if you are paying attention. The First 13 lines (containing prisoner names, etc) all look perfectly normal then on line 14 the vertical line that serves as the right side of the box for the column titled contact no, there is a gap and the line picks up below but 'off a bit.'

The only two entries affected are the prisoner call above Oswald, and the last entry for Lee H. Oswald.

So, if that is not confusing enough, the bottom line is as to whether Oswald's call was a Contact Yes or No, is further complicated by a jagged line, between the Yes and No boxes that 'could be' what was supposed to be a check mark that is 'partially obscured' or possibly faded, [the smudge runs near the 'partial check mark' but doesent appear to be what caused the 'problem' of verification of the yes or no field being readily identifiable.

It is also 'interesting that the same document on Rex Bradford's History Matter's displays no such signs of 'alteration.'

The officer name listed on the line for the 'Oswald call' appears to be Beddingfield.

As to the overall conundrum surrounding the Warren Commission Series of 1444 documents, that is an area that is not one of my strong suits. Good Luck, Jim.

PS If anyone locates a link on the internet for the WC 1444 documents, would they please indicate so on this thread? It would be greatly appreciated. A Similar situation existed with regards to the voluminous CD 206 Document Gemberling's Jan 7, 1964 Report which is some 420 odd pages, if anyone wanted to peruse it, and I can assure you it is well worth the time, it is available on maryferrell.org if you have a membership. Anyone who wants every available means of obtaining info, should join.

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