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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. III - Page 340« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of William W. Scoggins)

Mr. Dulles.
I have got the same dispatchers, we all belong to the same company. I drive an Oak Cliff cab, and he drives downtown.
Mr. Dulles.
Relate what Mr. Whaley said to you.
Mr. Scoggins.
He didn't relate it to me. He was talking to the others.
Mr. Dulles.
He was talking to cabdrivers?
Mr. Scoggins.
He was talking to one of the--
Mr. Dulles.
Where did this take place?
Mr. Scoggins.
It was down at the cabstand.
Mr. Dulles.
Was this on Saturday after the assassination?
Mr. Scoggins.
And he was telling them where he picked him up and where he took him to.
Mr. Dulles.
And that is what you recall?
Mr. Scoggins.
Yes; because I didn't know him. I wasn't acquainted with the man.
Mr. Dulles.
You were not acquainted with Mr. Whaley?
Mr. Scoggins.
No. Before he came down there that morning I wouldn't have known him from Adam, you know, just wouldn't have had any idea who he was.
Mr. Dulles.
Would you recall what he said as to where he picked up the man and where he took him?
Mr. Scoggins.
He said he picked him up at the Greyhound bus and carried him to a neighborhood, no particular address, on North Beckley, the 500 block.
Mr. Dulles.
Have you anything more on that, Mr. Belin?
Mr. Belin.
No, sir. I do have one other question.
Mr. Dulles.
Proceed then.
Mr. Belin.
Do you remember whether or not your dispatcher recorded any time on his sheets as to the time you called in after the Tippit shooting?
Mr. Scoggins.
When I was down there giving my statement to my supervisor, he asked me what time it was, and I said I don't have any idea, so he picked up the phone and called the dispatcher, and he said it was 1:23.
Mr. Belin.
That is the time that he recorded it?
Mr. Scoggins.
Yes. He must have recorded it up there because he said it was 1:23 in the afternoon.
Mr. Belin.
When you called in after the shooting?
Mr. Scoggins.
Yes.
Mr. Dulles.
Anything else?
Mr. Belin.
No, sir.
Mr. Dulles.
Any further questions? Well, thank you very much, Mr. Scoggins.

Helen Markham

Testimony of Helen Markham Resumed

Mr. Dulles.
You were sworn when you previously were before us, and this testimony of yours will be covered by the oath you previously have given. Will you be seated?
Mr. Ball.
I have two Commission Exhibits, 535 and 536. I will show them to you, Mrs. Markham, and I will ask you if you have ever seen the man who is pictured there, whose picture is shown on these two exhibits.
Mrs. Markham.
No.
Mr. Ball.
Never have seen him before. Do you think he might have been one of the men you talked to before?
Mrs. Markham.
No, no.
Mr. Ball.
They are pictures of the same man.
Mrs. Markham.
No.
Mr. Dulles.
We are inquiring whether you had ever seen him after the assassination.
Mrs. Markham.
Yes, I know. No; not this man. This man I have never seen--I have never seen this man in my life.
Mr. Ball.
I have no further questions.
Mr. Dulles.
Do you know who he is?
Mrs. Markham.
No; I don't. It is just a picture of a man; I don't know him.
Mr. Dulles.
Mr. Ball, do you have any further questions?
Mr. Ball.
No further questions.
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