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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. X - Page 167« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Tommy Bargas)

Mr. Bargas.
me very much of having known the man that done the deed that he did, but I did follow it pretty close and as I said, as I followed him more and more, I remembered him more and more.
Mr. Jenner.
During the period of his employment, that was approximately a couple of months or a little more more or less--did he evidence any disposition toward physical violence, quick temper, arguments with fellow employees, or anything of that nature?
Mr. Bargas.
None that I can remember.
Mr. Jenner.
I show you Commission Exhibits 451 and 453 through 456, inclusive, and ask you to examine those photographs and tell me if the man depicted on those photographs, in your opinion, bears any resemblance to Lee Harvey Oswald?
Mr. Bargas.
[Examining exhibits referred to.] None of them.
Mr. Jenner.
He does not?
Mr. Bargas.
No.
Mr. Jenner.
What about his skills, did he do a reasonably satisfactory job?
Mr. Bargas.
Yes.
Mr. Jenner.
Mr. Bargas, I think that's about all the questions I have. I would like to ask you, however, this general question as to whether anything has occurred to you, any incident or anything else that has come to your mind that .you think might be helpful to the Commission in its investigation of the assassination of President Kennedy?
Mr. Bargas.
No.
Mr. Jenner.
All right. You are privileged to read your deposition, if you wish to, and to sign it, if you wish to. It isn't required and you may waive it if you see fit--that is--forego it.
Miss Oliver will have it ready sometime during the week if you want to call in to Mr. Sanders' office, the United States Attorney's office, and come in and read it, you have a right to have a copy of your deposition if you wish to purchase one, and Miss Oliver will be quite willing to sell you one at whatever her rates are.
Do you have any preferences in this connection?
Mr. Bargas.
I would like to have one of those depositions--yes.
Mr. Jenner.
When you call into Mr. Sanders and he will put you in touch with Miss Oliver and you can make arrangements with her for a copy, and I appreciate your coming in and regret any inconvenience to you, but you have been helpful to us.
Mr. Bargas.
Well, I'm glad I have. As far as I know--I don't know--as much as I knew about the man, I don't think I can tell you enough--as much as I thought I knew the man. If I had known anything like that about the man, he would have never been employed there.
Mr. Jenner.
Well, so say we all.
Mr. Bargas.
But it's just one of those things.
Mr. Jenner.
Thank you very much. I appreciate it.
Mr. Bargas.
All right.

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Robert L. Stovall

Testimony of Robert L. Stovall

The testimony of Robert L. Stovall was taken at 3:30 p.m., on March 30, 1964, in the office of the U.S. Attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex., by Mr. Albert E. Jenner, Jr., assistant counsel of the President's Commission. Robert T. Davis, assistant •attorney general of Texas, was present.
Mr. Jenner.
Mr. Stovall, would you please rise and be sworn.
Do you swear in your testimony that you will tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
Mr. Stovall.
Yes; I do."
Mr. Jenner.
You are Robert L. Stovall?
Mr. Stovall.
Yes.
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