It was around about 2 or 3 o'clock.
Do you remember how many days after the assassination it was?
You think they might have talked to you more than once?
Mr. Chief Justice, I move for the admission into evidence of the statement marked Commission Exhibit 367.
That may be admitted.
(The document heretofore marked for identification as Commission Exhibit No. 367 was received in evidence.)
That concludes the questioning I have, sir.
Nothing further, Mr. Chief Justice.
Mr. Chief Justice, I would like to move for the admission into evidence of all the exhibits here--365, 366, as well as 367.
(The documents heretofore marked for identification as Commission Exhibits Nos. 365 and 366. were received in evidence.)
Amos, you may be excused, then. Thank you very much for coming and helping us out with your testimony.
We will recess until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Wednesday, March 11, 1964
Testimony of Buell Wesley , Linnie Mae Randle, Frazier
The President's Commission met at 9:45 a.m. on March 11, 1964, at 200 Maryland Avenue NE., Washington, D.C.
Present were Chief Justice Earl Warren, Chairman; Senator John Sherman Cooper and Representative Gerald R. Ford, members.
Also present were 3. Lee Rankin, general counsel; Joseph A. Ball, assistant counsel; David W. Belin, assistant counsel; Albert E. Jenner, Jr., assistant counsel; Wesley J. Liebeler, assistant counsel; Norman Redlich, assistant counsel; Charles Murray and Lewis E. Powell, Jr., observers.
Buell Wesley Frazier
Testimony of Buell Wesley Frazier
The Commission will be in order.
I would like to assign Commission Exhibit No. 364 to a paper sack which the FBI has identified as their C-109 Exhibit. That will be the Commission's Exhibit No. 364 for identification at this time.
(The paper sack referred to was marked Commission's Exhibit No. 364 for identification.)
Also for the record I would like to announce that prior to--this morning, Mr. Cortlandt Cunningham and Charles Killion of the Federal Bureau of Investigation laboratory, the Ballistics Division, Firearms Division, I guess it is, broke down, that is unscrewed Commission Exhibit No. 139, an Italian rifle, and that rifle has been placed in, after being disassembled., has been placed in Commission's No. 364 for identification, that paper sack.
We have also here before the Commission, Commission No. 142 which is a paper sack which is identified as the FBI's Exhibit No. 10. I think that has its number, exhibit number on it.