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(CHAPTER IV - The Assassin)

And, after we got past Akard, at Murphy--I figured it out. Let's see. I don't know for sure. Oswald got on. He looks like a maniac. His sleeve was out here. * * * His shirt was undone.

Was a hole in it, hole, and he was dirty, and I didn't look at him. I didn't want to know I even seen him * * *

* * * he looked so bad in his face, and his face was so distorted.

* * * Hole in his sleeve right here.433

As Mrs. Bledsoe said these words, she pointed to her fight elbow.434 When Oswald was arrested in the Texas Theatre, he was wearing a brown sport shirt with a hole in the right sleeve at the elbow.435 Mrs. Bledsoe identified the shirt as the one Oswald was wearing and she stated she was certain that it was Oswald who boarded the bus.436 Mrs. Bledsoe recalled that Oswald sat halfway to the rear of the bus which moved slowly and intermittently as traffic became heavy.437 She heard a passing motorist tell the driver that the President

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