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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XII - Page 445« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Patrick Trevore Dean)

Mr. Dean.
trajectory of the line of fire. My impression of him was that since he said that he had talked it over with his attorney and didn't know what to do with these things, that he seemed to be scared as to whether to keep them or throw them away or what. When he told me that he would send them to me, that he said, "You can have them. I haven't developed them, and you don't have to send me any copies of them back."
Mr. Griffin.
Will you notify .us as soon as they receive those films?
Mr. Dean.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Griffin.
And turn them over to us?
Mr. Dean.
Yes, sir. You want all the records from the city hall operator?
Mr. Griffin.
Telephone call; yes.
Mr. Dean.
This has been signed and dated [indicating].
Mr. Griffin.
Okay. Now, I don't know if you have had a chance to read this or not, but this is what I have marked as Exhibit 5011, which is an interview with you by Special Agent Paul Scott of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on December 9, 1963. Would you look that over and then
Mr. Dean.
Sign it?
Mr. Griffin.
Sign it and make any changes or additions that you want to make in it.
Mr. Dean.
[Indicating.]
Mr. Griffin.
Then let me state for the record that I appreciate very much the assistance that Sergeant Dean has given us here this evening, and I hope, and I am sure that if anything further comes to light which he thinks would be of value to the Commission, that he will come forward with it voluntarily, as you have here today?
Mr. Dean.
Burt, this--of course, I was cleared of all of this, as far as this newspaper article
Mr. Griffin.
Yes.
Mr. Dean.
I was just wondering if you had the FBI report on it?
Mr. Griffin.
We do. And I just wanted to make sure that as far as any statements are concerned, that you have made, or report, that you had a chance to look at them, and to my knowledge, I think I have shown you every
one that we have on it.
Mr. Dean.
All right.
Mr. Griffin.
Okay. That's all.

Testimony of Patrick Trevore Dean Resumed

The testimony of Patrick Trevore Dean was taken at 4:45 p.m., on April 1, 1964, in the office of the U.S. attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex., by Mr. Leon D. Hubert, Jr., assistant counsel of the President's Commission. Mr. P. T. Dean was accompanied by his lawyer, Mr. Ted MacMasters.
Mr. Hubert.
Note that I am present. Note that Sgt. P. T. Dean is present and Mr. Ted MacMasters assistant city attorney of Dallas, and appearing as attorney for Mister--Sergeant Dean. Now, Sergeant Dean, your deposition was begun on---
Mr. Dean.
I believe it was a Tuesday.
Mr. Macmasters.
March 24.
Mr. Hubert.
Mr. Butt Griffin as the member of the Commission's advisory staff conducting the examination. At that time you took an oath, I believe?
Mr. Dean.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Hubert.
Are you willing to consider that this is simply a continuation of that deposition?
Mr. Dean.
Yes; I am.
Mr. Hubert.
And that you are under the same oath that you were before?
Mr. Dean.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Hubert.
I wish to advise you that I have been authorized by Mr. J. Lee
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