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(Testimony of S. M. Holland)
Mr. HOLLAND. Oh, I arrived up there, I guess, about a quarter until 12, and I would identify each person that came up there that he worked at the Union Terminal. and department so-and-so.
Mr. STERN. Whom did you see there at 11:45 when you returned, from then until 12:30?
Mr. HOLLAND. And a fellow by the name of Johnson, he works in the car department.
Mr. HOLLAND. And there was another fellow who worked at the car department, tall, blond-headed boy, and I can't remember his name.
Mr. HOLLAND. Yes, and they were two men, one of them worked for the Katy, and one for the T. & P., that I don't know their names, but I do know that they were railroad people. They were over on business. Working on those business cars, and one of them was a Katy employee, and one was a T. & P. employee.
Mr. HOLLAND. I know the policemen talked to them and got identification from them.
Mr. HOLLAND. One of them is a cabdriver, and the other one is an electrician at Union Terminal. The large fellow is a cabdriver.
Mr. HOLLAND. Well, at the time the parade got started they was, I guess-Davey Cowzert was up there, too.
Mr. STERN. But, just to finish with the two, you didn't recognize either of the two people who were in the anteroom a few moments ago as being people who were on the overpass that day?
Mr. HOLLAND. There was two people I did recognize and that was the cab-driver and Mr. Reilly was out there and that policeman, he was up there with me.
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