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Below is a link to a JFK assassination timeline. It has to be read by dragging it horizontally, and you can click on the bullet icons for details.

At 1:05 pm, it states "Fake Secret Service agent pulled over." The details read:

In the South of Dallas, three men are pulled over, one identifies himself as a Secret Service agent and states, "We are in a hurry to get to New Orleans to investigate part of the shooting." However, there is no record of Secret Service being dispatched to New Orleans on the day of the assassination.

This is the first I've heard of this incident, to my recollection. Anyone know more about it?

http://simile.mit.edu/timeline/

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It wasn't under the "suspicious vehicles" thread on here, was it?

I remember seeing an article about that, but I don’t' remember where right now. I do remember seeing an image of a newspaper article which mentioned a vehicle that may have been involved in the assassination being being stopped or something on US75 (Central Expressway) near Sherman, TX, north of Dallas. I thought it was strange because in the byline, it said "Gainesville" That caught my eye since I don't live too far from there. I dont' remember if the article was about that car, or I ran across the fake SS agent story while looking on the same site. I'll dig around and see what I can find.

BTW, that timeline is great!

JWK

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I'm not sure if this is where I first saw it, but here is something about the 3 agents stopped. It's in a PDF file, at the bottom of page 181 and top of 182. The whole file is worth reading, btw.

Within the hour of the assassination, two high school students, Billy Jones and Ronnie

Whiterspoon, witnessed another arrest on Interstate 45, in Ferris, south of Dallas. The arresting

officers, however, discovered that inside the speeding, large black car, were three Secret Service

men, who claimed they were on their way to New Orleans to investigate something relative to the

assassination. Officially, there were no such men on their way, thus, once again, raising the

possibility these were accomplices with fake credentials.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (it's long, so it takes awhile to load)

JWK

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J. William King Posted Today, 04:41 AM

I'm not sure if this is where I first saw it, but here is something about the 3 agents stopped. It's in a PDF file, at the bottom of page 181 and top of 182. The whole file is worth reading, btw.

Within the hour of the assassination, two high school students, Billy Jones and Ronnie

Whiterspoon, witnessed another arrest on Interstate 45, in Ferris, south of Dallas. The arresting

officers, however, discovered that inside the speeding, large black car, were three Secret Service

men, who claimed they were on their way to New Orleans to investigate something relative to the

assassination. Officially, there were no such men on their way, thus, once again, raising the

possibility these were accomplices with fake credentials.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (it's long, so it takes awhile to load)

JWK

A black Cadillac was the car used by persons assumed and/or identified as being Oswald, Shaw and Ferrie in Clinton Louisiana in the summer of 1963.

Didn't Dave Ferrie admit to have driven to Tx for the 11/22/1963 week-end with some boys.... maybe he drove a black Caddie in the Dallas area that afternoon?

A link to an article on the Mcadams site, I'm only using this link and article to provide support for my own recollection of the witness statements relating to the black car and the 3 persons:

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/clinton1.htm

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J. William King Posted Today, 04:41 AM

I'm not sure if this is where I first saw it, but here is something about the 3 agents stopped. It's in a PDF file, at the bottom of page 181 and top of 182. The whole file is worth reading, btw.

Within the hour of the assassination, two high school students, Billy Jones and Ronnie

Whiterspoon, witnessed another arrest on Interstate 45, in Ferris, south of Dallas. The arresting

officers, however, discovered that inside the speeding, large black car, were three Secret Service

men, who claimed they were on their way to New Orleans to investigate something relative to the

assassination. Officially, there were no such men on their way, thus, once again, raising the

possibility these were accomplices with fake credentials.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (it's long, so it takes awhile to load)

JWK spott

A black Cadillac was the car used by persons assumed and/or identified as being Oswald, Shaw and Ferrie in Clinton Louisiana in the summer of 1963.

Didn't Dave Ferrie admit to have driven to Tx for the 11/22/1963 week-end with some boys.... maybe he drove a black Caddie in the Dallas area that afternoon?

A link to an article on the Mcadams site, I'm only using this link and article to provide support for my own recollection of the witness statements relating to the black car and the 3 persons:

http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/clinton1.htm

Also keep in mind that one of the three cars that Lee Bowers saw that day, just before the assassination, was a black '57 Ford sedan. That same location was where at least one fake SS agent was encountered just after the shooting.

JWK

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Within the hour of the assassination, two high school students, Billy Jones and Ronnie

Whiterspoon, witnessed another arrest on Interstate 45, in Ferris, south of Dallas. The arresting

officers, however, discovered that inside the speeding, large black car, were three Secret Service

men, who claimed they were on their way to New Orleans to investigate something relative to the

assassination. Officially, there were no such men on their way, thus, once again, raising the

possibility these were accomplices with fake credentials.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (it's long, so it takes awhile to load)

Thanks for the link. But I wonder how the two high school students would know what the men in the car showed or said to the officers.

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Within the hour of the assassination, two high school students, Billy Jones and Ronnie

Whiterspoon, witnessed another arrest on Interstate 45, in Ferris, south of Dallas. The arresting

officers, however, discovered that inside the speeding, large black car, were three Secret Service

men, who claimed they were on their way to New Orleans to investigate something relative to the

assassination. Officially, there were no such men on their way, thus, once again, raising the

possibility these were accomplices with fake credentials.

http://www.philipcoppens.com/tina_letter.pdf (it's long, so it takes awhile to load)

Thanks for the link. But I wonder how the two high school students would know what the men in the car showed or said to the officers.

I wondered about that also. Pure speculation on my part would be that it was local Ferris police that stopped them, and the story started to be passed around town, with the author or source hearing it from the students. However, that is pure speculation.

I can't find the same article that I saw before, but I did run across that story at the above link while searching. I don't remember if the one I saw mentioned the two high school students, but I don't think so.

JWK

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