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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. II - Page 132« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of William Robert , Special Agent, Greer)

Mr. Greer.
No, sir; I never heard him say anything; never at any time did I ever hear him say anything.
Representative Boggs.
Did Mrs. Kennedy say anything to you while you were driving to the hospital?
Mr. Greer.
No, sir; she didn't.
Representative Boggs.
Did Mrs. Connally say anything to you?
Mr. Greer.
No. Mrs. Connally didn't say anything, either. There is quite a little distance between the front and the back seat of that car. As you know, it is 21 feet long, and you are quite a little bit away, and there was the sirens were all going. The following car had a siren wide--the big one on the fender was wide open. There wasn't much chance for me to hear anything, and I was really occupied with getting there just as fast as I could and not seeing that anything happened, avoid an accident or anything like that.
Mr. Specter.
Did you have a siren on your car?
Mr. Greer.
I didn't have mine going. There is a siren on that car, but I didn't even reach down to work it.
Representative Boggs.
There was another agent in the car with you?
Mr. Greer.
Mr. Kellerman; yes, sir.
Representative Boggs.
And after the first shot, did he say to speed up or what?
Mr. Greer.
I believe it was at the second that he and I both simultaneously--he said, "Get out of here fast," and I speeded up as fast as I could then and as fast as the car would go.
The Chairman.
If there are no further questions, thank you very much, Mr. Greer.
Mr. Greer.
Thank you, sir.
The Chairman.
You may be excused.
Mr. Greer.
Thank you, sir.
The Chairman.
We will take a short recess.
(Short recess.)
The Chairman.
Mr. Hill, come right in, sir. Would you raise your right hand, please, and be sworn? Do you solemnly swear that the testimony you give before this Commission will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Mr. Hill.
I do.
The Chairman.
Would you be seated, please, Mr. Hill?
Mr. Hill.
Thank you, sir.
The Chairman.
Mr. Specter.

Clinton J. Hill, Special Agent, Secret Service

Testimony of Clinton J. , Special Agent, Secret Service Hill

Mr. Specter.
Mr. Hill, would you state your full name for the record, please?
Mr. Hill.
Clinton J. Hill.
Mr. Specter.
How old are you, sir?
Mr. Hill.
Thirty-two.
Mr. Specter.
What is your educational background?
Mr. Hill.
I went to secondary educational high school in Washburn, N. Dak., and then went on to Concordia College, Moorehead, Minn. I was a history and education major, with a minor in physical education.
Mr. Specter.
What year were you graduated?
Mr. Hill.
1954.
Mr. Specter.
What have you done since the time of graduation from college, Mr. Hill?
Mr. Hill.
I went into the Army in 1954; remained in the Army until 1957. Then I couldn't determine what I wanted to do, whether to go to law school or not, and I took a couple of odd jobs. I worked for a finance company at one time. Then I went to work for the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad as a special agent in the spring of 1958, and entered the Secret Service in September 1958.
Mr. Specter.
You have been with the Secret Service since September 1958 to the present time?
Mr. Hill.
Yes; I have.
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