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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XII - Page 314« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Louis D. Miller Resumed)

Mr. Miller.
you would ask me a question that I would remember something other than what I have told you, but I wouldn't know now what it would be.
Mr. Griffin.
Now, do you have any other corrections that you want to make on this FBI report?
Mr. Miller.
Everything else on it looks like it is just about the way it should be.
Mr. Griffin.
Would you, then, initial the corrections that you have made on here and date it?
Mr. Miller.
Where do you want it initialed?
Mr. Griffin.
Any other place, right next to it. And will you initial the other correction, date it? Now, directing your attention to Exhibit 5014, and is that a true and accurate copy of the letter that you wrote to Chief Curry on November 26?
Mr. Miller.
That is right.
Mr. Griffin.
Now, would you sign that letter and date it, sign the piece of paper somewhere down there near the bottom and date it, and would you sign over here on Exhibit 5013, the point where I identified the document, would you write, sign your name, and date it?
Now, let me ask you one final thing. I take it that you have told us everything at this time that you can remember about the events that I have questioned you about?
Mr. Miller.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Griffin.
And you have mentioned everything to us at this point that you can remember which you think is pertinent to our investigation?
Mr. Miller.
Everything that I know of.
Mr. Griffin.
Now, if anything else in the future comes to your attention that you think might be pertinent to this investigation, would you come forward and tell us about it?
Mr. Miller.
Yes; sure Will.
Mr. Griffin.
All right. Okay. Thank you very much.
Mr. Miller.
Do you want me to call you, if I check, bring the book up to the office?
Mr. Griffin.
Yes.
Mr. Miller.
I am sure I did work that day.
Mr. Griffin.
If you would, bring the book to us.
Mr. Miller.
I wouldn't be allowed to bring the book out of the office. It carries the duties time. Everybody's name is in the same book.
Mr. Griffin.
All right. If you would, call us and let us know the pertinent details.
Mr. Miller.
Yes.
Mr. Griffin.
Thank you.

William J. Newman

Testimony of William J. Newman

The testimony of William J. Newman was taken at 11 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. Burr W. Griffin, assistant counsel of the President's Commission.
Mr. Griffin.
Mr. Newman, my name is Burt Griffin. I am a member of the advisory staff of the general counsel's office of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy. This Commission was set up pursuant to an Executive order of President Johnson on November 29th, 1963, and under a joint resolution of Congress, No. 137. The Commission has prescribed a set of rules of procedure. Pursuant to those rules I have been authorized to take your sworn deposition.
I want to tell you a little bit about what the general nature of the inquiry is. Of course, this was set up, as you know, after President Kennedy was assassinated and Lee Oswald died. Our instructions are to investigate, evaluate
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