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Warren Commission Exhibit 361


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Hi Wim.

That's from: Diagram showing the Texas School Book Depository Building and the immediate area with relation to the parking lot used by employees. Volume XVI. Page 956?

Testimony of James Worrel

http://jfkassassination.net/russ/m_j_russ/worrell.htm

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...WH16_CE_361.pdf

I am unable to retrieve the file.

- lee

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Sorry Wim.

I retrieved the file, but the quality wasn't much better. All I could make out was what appeared to be the heading 'Parking Lot #3.' See jpeg.

The text in the link I had pasted covers what the line reference. Here's a blurb.

Mr. BELIN - The record will show that Exhibit 361 was prepared in the exhibit section of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by inspector Leo. J. Gauthier and Eugene Paul Airy, exhibit specialist, with the assistance of Charles D. Musser, illustrator, with particular reference to showing the Texas School Book Depository Building, and the immediate area with relation to the parking lot that the employees used.

Mr. SPECTER - Mr. Worrell, take a good look at this. Study it for just a moment in order to get your bearings on this particular map. This is the Texas School Book Depository Building designated as such. This is Houston Street and this is the direction I am indicating that the motorcade, as you have described from the other exhibit, came from, a generally northerly direction. This is generally north, and it made a left-hand turn which you have already described for the record, onto Elm Street Parkway going down the front there. Now perhaps the best place to start on this is with this red pencil, to put a small "X" where you were standing on this map.

Mr. WORRELL - Where I was standing?

Mr. SPECTER - Where you were standing.

(Witness marking.)

Mr. SPECTER - Now will you describe your movement in running as you had started to a few moments ago, indicating with a line of the red pencil just exactly where you went and describe it as you go along.

- lee

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