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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. IV - Page 439« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of John Lester Quigley)

Mr. Stern.
And then you would send a report to that effect to the Dallas office?
Mr. Quigley.
I sent a letter I believe in that particular case.
Mr. Stern.
Any other contact before this?
Mr. Quigley.
No, sir.
Mr. Stern.
Any other contact with Lee Harvey Oswald or his case or anything to do with his case?
Mr. Quigley.
No, sir.
Mr. Stern.
After your interview in the police station but before the assassination?
Mr. Quigley.
No, sir.
Mr. Stern.
Up to the time of the assassination?
Mr. Quigley.
No, sir.
Mr. Dulles.
I note this case is marked "P," which I understand is pending.
Mr. Quigley.
That means----
Mr. Dulles.
This was an open case in the New Orleans office?
Mr. Quigley.
That is correct, sir. In other words, this indicates to us administratively that there is further investigation to be conducted, whether it be in New Orleans Or some other place in the United States or the world, as a matter of fact.
Mr. Dulles.
You mentioned Algiers a minute ago. What Algiers is this?
Mr. Quigley.
Algiers, La., sir, right across from New Orleans.
Mr. Dulles.
I don't know the geography well enough, I thought it wasn't Algiers in Africa.
Mr. Quigley.
Yes, sir.
The Chairman.
Gentlemen, I think we might as well adjourn for lunch now. What time would you like to return? Is 2 o'clock all right with you, or 2:30? Which would you rather have? We will be back at 2 o'clock.
(Whereupon, at 1:05 p.m., the President's Commission recessed.)
The Chairman.
Afternoon Session

Testimony of John Lester Quigley Resumed

The Chairman.
The President's Commission reconvened at 2:20 p.m.
The Chairman.
The Commission will be in order. Mr. Stern, you may continue.
Mr. Stern.
Before the luncheon recess, Mr. Chief Justice, the witness, Mr. Quigley, had identified Commission Exhibit No. 826 and afforded the Commission this one-page document which has been marked Commission Exhibit No. 827. He identified it as a copy furnished him by Lieutenant Martello of the New Orleans Police Department of Lieutenant Martello's own handwritten copy of a document in the wallet of Lee Harvey Oswald at the time of his arrest. I think it should be admitted, if it may be, in this form.
The Chairman.
It may be.
(The documents heretofore marked for identification as Commission Exhibits Nos. 826 and 827, were received in evidence.)
Mr. Stern.
Also, this morning a question was raised concerning the two membership cards which are mentioned at page 7 of the report.
Mr. Quigley.
I show you an envelope marked Commission Exhibit 828 for identification. There is a card inside which, unfortunately, has been badly discolored by fingerprint testing. Would you look at it and I think if you turn it in different directions of light you may be able to make out the typing and writing on the card.
Mr. Quigley.
Yes; I can see this.
Mr. Stern.
Can you identify the card?
Mr. Quigley.
I am in no position to identify this particular exhibit.
Mr. Stern.
Can you tell us anything about the information that appears on
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