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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XII - Page 300« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Louis D. Miller)

Mr. Griffin.
I want you to look at those materials, and I would be happy to set it up for tomorrow if you would prefer to do it that way.
Mr. Miller.
I sure would.
Mr. Griffin.
All right. Would you--let's see, you would want to take that home with you, wouldn't you? Let me do this. Let's go back to our office and let me get the girl to Xerox off another copy of this.
Mr. Miller.
All right.
Mr. Griffin.
And let us set this up for 8:30. What time are you on duty tomorrow ?
Mr. Miller.
8.
Mr. Griffin.
What is the easiest way for you to handle it?
Mr. Miller.
You mean time?
Mr. Griffin.
Yes.
Mr. Miller.
Probably 9 o'clock would be the easiest.
Mr. Griffin.
All right. Why don't you come in at 9 o'clock then ?
Mr. Miller.
Okay.
Mr. Griffin.
All right. That's all.

Testimony of Louis D. Miller Resumed

The testimony of Louis D. Miller was taken at 9 a.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. Burr W. GRIFFIN, assistant counsel of the President's Commission.
Mr. Griffin.
I might state for the record and for your information, Mr. Ward, Mr. Miller, and I talked on the record a short while yesterday afternoon, and I don't believe that, when I was talking with him, that his name was entered into the record, so I think what you will have to do is get in touch with the court reporter--is it Iris Lennon or Leonard ?--and find out from her just where that is so that these two different sections can appear together.
Before I ask you to be sworn, Mr. Miller, I want to ask you if there are any questions that I can--that you have of me, I can tell you anything further about the nature of the investigation that is going on here?
Mr. Miller.
No; and had you explained to me yesterday what kind of formation you were .taking, what it would be used for, anything at all about it before you started to swear me in, I believe we would have got a lot further yesterday than we did.
Mr. Griffin.
Now, do you want to raise your right hand and be sworn? Do you solemnly swear that the testimony you are about to give is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
Mr. Miller.
I do.
Mr. Griffin.
Would you state your name, please?
Mr. Miller.
Louis D. Miller.
Mr. Griffin.
And how do you spell that ?
Mr. Miller.
.[ Spelling] L-o-u-i-s.
Mr. Griffin.
Where do you live, Mr. Miller ?
Mr. Miller.
1231 Ravina Drive, Garland, Tex.
Mr. Griffin.
When were you born ?
Mr. Miller.
September 4, 1930
Mr. Griffin.
Are you employed?
Mr. Miller.
Yes.
Mr. Griffin.
Where are you employed?
Mr. Miller.
City of Dallas Police Department.
Mr. Griffin.
And how long have you been with the Dallas Police Department?
Mr. Miller.
Since August 1955.
Mr. Griffin.
And what is your rank in the department?
Mr. Miller.
Detective.
Mr. Griffin.
Are you assigned to any particular bureau?
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