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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XV - Page 702« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt)

Mr. Redlich.
Is all of your testimony which has been transcribed completely consistent with any information which you have provided in the off-the-record conversations?
Mr. Shaneyfelt.
Yes.
Mr. Redlich.
Is there any relevant material which you provided in any off-the-record conversations which has not been covered in the course of our record deposition?
Mr. Shaneyfelt.
No.
Mr. Redlich.
Is there anything concerning the matters to which you testified that you would like to add at the present time?
Mr. Shaneyfelt.
No; I believe not,
Mr. REDLICH. A copy of this deposition will be available for your review.
Paul Morgan Stombaugh
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Affidavit of Paul Morgan Stombaugh

Mr. Shaneyfelt.
The following affidavit was executed by Paul Morgan Stombaugh on Septem-ber4, 1964.

PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION
ON THE ASSASSINATION OF AFFIDAVIT
PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ss:
Paul Morgan Stombaugh, being duly sworn, deposes and says:
1. This affidavit is made at the request of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, for the purpose of supplementing the testimony I gave before the Commission concerning certain hairs and fibers I examined.
2. The principal characteristics of cotton fibers used for comparison purposes are color and shade; and degree of twist. Of these, color and shade are by far the most significant. The principal characteristics of viscose used for comparison purposes are color and shade, diameter, and size and distribution of delustering agent.
3. The orange-yellow and grey-black cotton fibers in the shirt, Commission Exhibit 150, were respectively of uniform shades; the dark blue cotton fibers in the shirt were of three different shades. All the fibers in the shirt were mer-cerized, and of a substantially uniform twist.
4. The green cotton fibers found in the paper bag, Commission Exhibit 142, varied in shade, but were of a uniform twist. The brown viscose fibers in the blanket, Commission Exhibit 140, varied in diameter, shade, size, and distribution of delustering agent.
5. Stombaugh Exhibits 1-6 consist of the following items:
(a) Stombaugh Exhibit I consists of the hairs I found on the blanket, Commission Exhibit 140.
(b) Stombaugh Exhibit 2 consists of the known sample of Lee Harvey Oswald's hairs sent to me by the Dallas Office of the FBI.
(c) Stombaugh Exhibit 3 consists of the fibers I found in the paper bag, Commission Exhibit 142.
(d) Stombaugh Exhibit 4 consists of a sample of fibers from the blanket, Commission Exhibit 140.
(e) Stombaugh Exhibit 5 consists of the fibers I found on the rifle, Commission Exhibit 139.
(f) Stombaugh Exhibit 6 consists of a sample of fibers from the shirt, Commission Exhibit 150.
Signed this 4th day of September, 1964.
(S) Paul Morgan Stombaugh,
PAUL MORGAN STOMBAUGH.

L. J. Lewis

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