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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XI - Page 442« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Warren Reynolds Allen)

Mr. Reynolds.
happen, and it never had happened before nor after. But they even offered her money. She was smart enough to run and get away.
Mr. Liebeler.
Have you seen any other indication that anybody has been following you or that anybody is watching you or anything like that?
Mr. Reynolds.
Someone unscrewed my light globe one night on the front porch of my house, and someone definitely did it.
Whether it was a jokester or kid, but I have a lamp over the light. They had to take three screws loose to get to my light globe. They took those off unscrewed my light, and that is for sure. Now, that was around the 20th of February, too.
Mr. Liebeler.
That was after you had gotten out of the hospital?
Mr. Reynolds.
Mr. Liebeler.
Is there anything else that would lead you to think anybody has been looking for you or looking after you?
Mr. Reynolds.
Mr. Liebeler.
Thank you very much, Mr. Reynolds.


Priscilla Mary Post Johnson

Testimony of Priscilla Mary Post Johnson

The testimony of Priscilla Mary Post Johnson, was taken at 10:25 a.m., on July 25, 1964, at 200 Maryland Avenue NE., Washington, D.C., by Messrs. W. David Slawson and Richard M. Mosk, assistant counsel of the President's Commission.
Mr. Slawson.
I will swear you in if you will rise? Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Miss JOHNSON. I do.
Mr. Slawson.
Miss Johnson, would you please state your full name and address?
Miss JOHNSON. My full name is Priscilla Mary Post Johnson, 48 Braille Street, Cambridge, Mass.
Mr. Slawson.
And would you state for the record your occupation or activities now and also what they were in 1959 when you saw Lee Harvey Oswald?
Miss JOHNSON. In 1959 I was a Moscow correspondent for the North American Newspaper Alliance, and now I am a freelance writer on Soviet affairs.
Mr. Slawson.
Have you been given a copy of the Executive order and the joint resolution authorizing the creation of this Commission?
Miss JOHNSON. I have.
Mr. Slawson.
And an opportunity to read them?
Miss JOHNSON. I have.
Mr. Slawson.
Miss Johnson has been asked to testify this morning because she in the course of her duties as a newspaper correspondent in 1959 interviewed Lee Harvey Oswald on at least one occasion while he was in Moscow just after he had announced to the American Embassy that he wanted to renounce his American citizenship and become a Soviet citizen. She is going to describe to the best of her recollection, with the help of her notes taken at the time, what went on during that interview. Miss Johnson, first I think we will put in as exhibits the various notes you have taken and articles you have written since that time, about your interview with Mr. Oswald. I present you a copy, marked Johnson Exhibit No. 1, of the notes you have said were taken at that time, and I wonder if you would acknowledge that that is a true copy.
Miss JOHNSON. Yes; it is.
(Priscilla Mary Post Johnson Exhibit No. I was marked for identification.)
Mr. Slawson.
I present this as Exhibit No. 1, introduce it in evidence as Exhibit No. 1.
(Priscilla Mary Post Johnson Exhibit No. 1 was received in evidence.)
Mr. Slawson.
Miss Johnson, I have marked this as Exhibit No. 2.
(Priscilla Mary Post Johnson Exhibit No. 2 was marked for identification.)
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