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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. I - Page 502« Previous

(Testimony of James Herbert Martin)

Mr. Redlich.
Could you be a little bit more specific about that? Were there instances in which she saw these people mentioned and what was her reaction?
Mr. Martin.
No real reaction at all. Just there on television.
Mr. Dulles.
You started to describe earlier I think when she saw a picture of Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and she made certain remarks. I don't know that we finished that.
Mr. Martin.
Well, yes; she did. She remarked, "Oh, Jackie, Jackie", and that was it. There wasn't-kind of shook her head. That is in this article, too, and that is true.
Of course, this last paragraph, "The agents speak through curtains and she feels hunted sometimes despite friendly letters and packages". I don't think she has ever felt hunted or in danger. She has expressed that opinion. She didn't feel that anyone was-- anyone intended to harm her.
Mr. Dulles.
Did she ever express any ideas about going back to the Soviet Union?
Mr. Martin.
She said it once and I questioned her about it. She said she was just-what was it--just joking. She used a funny sounding word for joking, I don't remember what it was.
Mr. Redlich.
Do you have any further comments with regard to this particular exhibit?
Mr. Martin.
Mr. Redlich.
I suggest this would be a good time for recess, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Dulles.
All right. The Commission will be adjourned until 3 p.m., this afternoon.
Would you report with your counsel at that time?
(Whereupon, at 12:35 p.m., the President's Commission recessed.)
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