Warren Commission 6 to 10 (of 26): Hearings Vol. 6 to 10 (of 15)

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  • Title: Warren Commission 6 to 10 (of 26): Hearings Vol. 6 to 10 (of 15)
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  • Warren Commission 6 to 10 of 26 Hearings Vol 6 to 10 of 15 by The President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy Volume 6 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VI Drs Charles J Carrico, Malcolm Oliver Perry, William Kemp Clark, Robert Nelson McClelland, Charles Rufus Baxter, Marion Thomas Jenkins, Ronald Coy Jones, DonWarren Commission 6 to 10 of 26 Hearings Vol 6 to 10 of 15 by The President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy Volume 6 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VI Drs Charles J Carrico, Malcolm Oliver Perry, William Kemp Clark, Robert Nelson McClelland, Charles Rufus Baxter, Marion Thomas Jenkins, Ronald Coy Jones, Don Teel Curtis, Fouad A Bashour, Gene Coleman Akin, Paul Conrad Peters, Adolph Hartung Giesecke, Jr Jackie Hansen Hunt, Kenneth Everett Salyer, and Martin G White, who attended President Kennedy at Parkland Hospital Drs Robert Roeder Shaw, Charles Francis Gregory, George T Shires, and Richard Brooks Dulany, who attended Governor Connally at Parkland Hospital Ruth Jeanette Standridge, Jane Carolyn Wester, Henrietta M Ross, R J Jimison, and Darrell C Tomlinson, who testified concerning Governor Connally s stretcher Diana Hamilton Bowron, Margaret M Henchliffe, and Doris Mae Nelson, who testified concerning President Kennedy s stretcher Charles Jack Price, the Administrator of Parkland Hospital Malcolm O Couch, Tom C Dillard, James Robert Underwood, James N Crawford, Mary Ann Mitchell, Barbara Rowland, Ronald B Fischer, Robert Edwin Edwards, Jean Lollis Hill, Austin L Miller, Frank E Reilly, Earle V Brown, Royce G Skelton, S M Holland, J W Foster, J C White, Joe E Murphy, Roger D Craig, George W Rackley, Sr James Elbert Romack, Lee E Bowers, Jr B J Martin, Bobby W Hargis, Clyde A Haygood, E D Brewer, D V Harkness, J Herbert Sawyer, and Gerald Dalton Henslee, who were present at the assassination scene William H Shelley, Nat A Pinkston, Billy Nolan Lovelady, Frankie Kaiser, Charles Douglas Givens, Troy Eugene West, Danny G Arce, Joe R Molina, Jack Edwin Dougherty, Eddie Piper, Victoria Elizabeth Adams, Geneva L Hine, and Doris Burns, employees of the Texas School Book Depository Mary E Bledsoe, William W Whaley, and Mrs Earlene Roberts, who gave testimony concerning Oswald s movements following the assassination and Domingo Benavides, and Mrs Charles Davis, who were present in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene Volume 7 The testimony of the following witnesses is contained in volume VII Johnny Calvin Brewer, Julia Postal, Warren H Burroughs, Bob K Carroll, Thomas Alexander Hutson, C T Walker, Gerald Lynn Hill, J M Poe, John Gibson, James Putnam, Rio S Pierce, Calvin Bud Owens, William Arthur Smith, George Jefferson Applin, Jr Ray Hawkins, Sam Guinyard, and Helen Markham, who were present either in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene or at the Texas Theatre, where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested L D Montgomery, Marvin Johnson, Seymour Weitzman, W R Westbrook, Elmer L Boyd, Robert Lee Studebaker, C N Dhority, Richard M Sims, Richard A Stovall, Walter Eugene Potts, John P Adamcik, Henry M Moore, F M Turner, Guy F Rose, W E Perry, Richard L Clark, Don R Ables, Daniel Gutierrez Lujan, C W Brown, L C Graves, James R Leavelle, W E Barnes, J B Hicks, Harry D Holmes, James W Bookhout, Manning C Clements, Gregory Lee Olds, H Louis Nichols, and Forrest V Sorrels, who participated in or observed various aspects of the investigation into the assassination William J Waldman and Mitchell J Scibor, who testified concerning the purchase of the rifle used in the assassination Heinz W Michaelis, who testified concerning the purchase of the revolver used to kill Officer Tippit J C Cason, Roy S Truly, Warren Caster, Eddie Piper, William H Shelly, and Mrs Donald Baker, employees at the Texas School Book Depository Building Edward Shields, an attendant at a parking lot near the TSBD Thomas J Kelley and John Joe Howlett of the Secret Service and J C Day, J W Fritz, and Marrion L.

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  • Warren Commission

    The President s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, known unofficially as the Warren Commission, was established by President Lyndon B Johnson on November 29, 1963 to investigate the assassination of United States President John F Kennedy that had taken place on November 22, 1963 The 88th U.S Congressional session passed Senate joint resolution 137 authorizing the Presidential appointed Commission to report on the assassination of President John F Kennedy mandating the attendance and testimony of witnesses and the production of evidence concerning the infraction occurring in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963 Its 889 page final report was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964 and made public three days later It concluded that President Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald and that Oswald acted entirely alone It also concluded that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later The Commission s findings have proven controversial and have been both challenged and supported by later studies.The Commission took its unofficial name the Warren Commission from its chairman, Chief Justice Earl Warren According to published transcripts of Johnson s presidential phone conversations, some major officials were opposed to forming such a commission and several commission members took part only reluctantly One of their chief reservations was that a commission would ultimately create controversy than consensus, and those fears proved valid.

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