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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XII - Page 234« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Napoleon J. Daniels)

Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
And then it was at that time or shortly thereafter that the man went straight by Vaughn ?
Mr. Daniels.
Yes.
Mr. Hubert.
But that is your present best recollection?
Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
Now, you believe that the thing that has made you change your mind is that when you read these statements--it refreshes your memory?
Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
Are you quite sure it refreshes your memory or, are you worried about contradicting yourself?
Mr. Daniels.
No; I'm not worried about contradicting myself, I'm just trying to be sure and tell the truth.
Mr. Hubert.
Right--I want to assure you that it doesn't matter to us whether you contradict yourself or not.
Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
There is no suggestion made to you here that if you made a mistake before that any kind of penalty or punishment or prosecution will follow, because that isn't so, unless you made a willful misstatement, but I'm not going into that now. What I want to know now is what really happened. Now, Mr. Daniels, that's why I asked you before to try to put everything out of your mind.
Mr. Daniels.
That's the trouble with this--it has been out of my mind and I am trying to get it back in there.
Mr. Hubert.
You feel now, considering all the statements you made originally are the truthful ones ?
Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
Are there any other corrections or additions or deletions that you would like to make as to the exhibits that have been identified as exhibits as numbers 5325, 5326, and 5327?
Mr. Daniels.
I can't think of any.
Mr. Hubert.
You think it can be fairly said that anyone who would read the three exhibits 5325, 5326, and 5327 and who would read the transcript of your deposition at a later time and who would have the advantage of being able to follow your deposition on this chart that has been marked as Daniel's Exhibit 5324, that such a person reading all those documents would have all of the truth, so far as you know it?
Mr. Daniels.
Right.
Mr. Hubert.
And we would have all that you do know ?
Mr. Daniels.
That's absolutely right--that's right, I believe so.
Mr. Hubert.
All right, is there anything else, have you anything else to say?
Mr. Daniels.
No; I Can't think of anything else.
Mr. Hubert.
All right, thank you very much. I am glad you came by.
Mr. Daniels.
All right, thank you.

William J. Harrison

Testimony of William J. Harrison

The testimony of William J. Harrison was taken at 3:45 p.m., on March 25, 1964, in the office of the U.S. attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex., by Mr. Butt W. Griffin, assistant counsel of the President's Commission. Mr. William J. Harrison was accompanied by his counsel, Ted P. MacMaster.
Mr. Griffin.
I was looking through here to see if I could get you a copy of our rules. Let me state for the record. Correct me if I get the names wrong. We have here Officer W. J. Harrison of the Dallas Police Department and Mr. MacMaster.
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