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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. II - Page 245« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Buell Wesley Frazier)

Mr. Frazier.
here is the ones we take to come out on Stemmons Expressway, and this is a high knoll up here which runs where the tracks are, from standing there it sounded like it came from this general area over here.
Mr. Ball.
Just mark on that if you can, if you can mark a source.
Mr. Frazier.
This is where it is.
Mr. Ball.
Mark a circle.
Mr. Frazier.
I would say just like over in here.
Mr. Ball.
Let's make it a little heavier. In that general direction?
Mr. Frazier.
Yes, sir. That was just part of the knoll.
Mr. Ball.
The circle marked on No. 347, we will identify it with an "F," the circle marked "F" represents the direction, general direction, of a source of sound as you--as occurred to you as you stood on the front steps of the Texas Book Depository Building, is that right?
Mr. Frazier.
Right.
Mr. Ball.
I have no further questions.
The Chairman.
Anything from you, Senator?
Well, that will be all. Thank you very much for coming and testifying before the Commission.
Mr. Frazier.
Thank you, Mr. Warren.
The Chairman.
All right, bring in the next witness. The Commission will be in order.
Mrs. Randle, I will just read you a brief statement of the purpose of our meeting today.
The purpose of today's hearing is to hear the testimony of Buell Wesley Frazier and Linnie Mae Randle. The Commission has been advised that these two witnesses have stated that they saw Lee Harvey Oswald on the morning of November 22, 1963. The Commission proposes to ask these witnesses questions concerning their knowledge of the assassination of President Kennedy.
You have a copy of that, do you not?
Very well, Mr. Ball will conduct the examination.
Will you rise and be sworn, please?
Do you solemnly swear the testimony you give before this Commission will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Mrs. Randle.
Yes. sir.
The Chairman.
Please be seated.
Mr. Ball?

Linnie Mae Randle

Testimony of Linnie Mae Randle

Mr. Ball.
Mrs. Randle, where do you live?
Mrs. Randle.
2438 Westfield, Irving, Tex.
Mr. Ball.
And you live there with your husband and three daughters, do you?
Mrs. Randle.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
And your brother?
Mrs. Randle.
Yes.
Mr. Ball.
Wesley?
Mrs. Randle.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
How long has Wesley been living there?
Mrs. Randle.
Since September, somewhere around the first, I am not sure just the date.
Mr. Ball.
Do you know Mrs. Ruth Paine?
Mrs. Randle.
She is a neighbor that lives up the street from me.
Mr. Ball.
When did you first meet Mrs. Paine?
Mrs. Randle.
Well, for a period, I am not sure of this, it is quite 2 years, I lived across the street from her. I didn't visit with her, but I visited with her neighbor who lives next door.
Mr. Ball.
What is her name?
Mrs. Randle.
Mrs. Dorothy Roberts.
Mr. Ball.
That is on Fifth Street in Irving, Tex.?
Mrs. Randle.
That is right; yes.
Mr. Ball.
That was before you moved down the street to the corner of Westfield and Fifth Street?
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