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January 15, 2020

Before we get started on General Walker, let's review where we've come in the past year.   Using the Warren Commission (WC) testimony as our primary source, we've covered suspicious people from the following Dallas social groups:

1. The Dal...

December 31, 2019

Here’s my analysis of the WC testimony of Warren Reynolds, taken in July 1964, in Dallas, by WC Attorney Wesley Liebeler.

SECTION 1: REYNOLDS SEES LEE HARVEY OSWALD RUNNING FROM THE SCENE OF A SHOOTING

1. In the context of the JFK Assassination, the only claim to fame fo...

December 26, 2019

The testimony of Warren Allen Reynolds may seem trivial – but it accidentally references General Walker.  This makes Reynolds relevant in my list of Dallas civilians who: (1) testified to the Warren Commission; and (2) who gave WC testimony that links them closely to m...

December 18, 2019

Here’s my interpretation of the June 1964 Warren Commission (WC) testimony of Bernard Weissman.

1.  Attorney Jenner knew enough about CUSA to immediately ask about Larrie Schmidt.

2.  Bernard Weissman, worried that he might slip up, brought a lawyer with him to testify.

3...

December 12, 2019

Thanks, Jason, for your kind encouragement -- and thanks for building this web site to pursue this line of inquiry.  Let's continue with our survey of suspicious Dallas civilians within the context of their Warren Commission testimony.  

Among the fa...

November 25, 2019

The rest of Surrey’s WC testimony about the April 10, 1963 shooting at Walker is a little boring.  Walker brushed plaster from his hair, Surrey used tweezers to pick bits of metal out of Walker’s right forearm, newspaper men came to interview General Walker, and Surrey...

November 16, 2019

Let’s move on to the next section of WC questions directed at Robert Alan Surrey regarding the April 10, 1963 shooting at General Walker.  I pause here in order to include the black and white memories of his son, David Surrey (1950-2013), who was 13 in 1963.

Two years a...

November 14, 2019

My interpretation of the WC testimony of Dallas civilian Robert Alan Surrey will require several blog posts.  I’ll start with the most obvious fact about Surrey’s WC testimony, namely, that he refused to testify concerning the poster, Wanted for Treason: JFK (CE 9...

November 7, 2019

(PHOTO: courtesy of Mark Bridger and his Dealey Plaza Echo).  In my last blog post, I covered the first section of questions in the WC testimony of Robert Alan Surrey, given on June 16, 1964 in Washington DC, attended by Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, Senator...

October 28, 2019

[PHOTO: courtesy of Mark Bridger].  In my opinion, Robert Alan Surrey was one of the most important figures in US History.  The Warren Commission (WC) exposed Dallas resident Surrey as the publisher of the mugshot “WANTED FOR TREASON: JFK” handbill that circulated in D...

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