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(Testimony of Johnny Calvin Brewer)

Mr. Belin.
Did you hear this man as he was in the theatre say anything other than "I am not resisting arrest."?
Mr. Brewer.
No.
Mr. Belin.
Did he say anything, or could you not understand it?
Mr. Brewer.
He said something, but I couldn't understand what it was.
Mr. Belin.
When he said, "I am not resisting arrest," was this before or after they had the handcuffs on him?
Mr. Brewer.
After.
Mr. Belin.
Mr. Brewer, you have the right, if you want, to come back and read this' deposition and sign it, or you can just waive the signing of it and let the court reporter send it directly to us in Washington. Do you have any preference on it?
Mr. Brewer.
No.
Mr. Belin.
Do you want to waive it?
Mr. Brewer.
Yes.
Mr. Belin.
We want to thank you for all of your cooperation on this. I might ask one other question. We chatted for a few minutes when we first met before we started taking this deposition, did we not?
Mr. Brewer.
Yes.
Mr. Belin.
Is there anything we talked there about that isn't recorded in this written testimony?
Mr. Brewer.
No.
Mr. Belin.
Is there anything you said which is different insofar as stating the facts and what you have stated here on the record?
Mr. Brewer.
No.
Mr. Belin.
When we first met, what is the fact as to whether or not I just asked you to tell your story, or whether or not I tried to tell you what I thought the story was?
Mr. Brewer.
You asked me to tell the story first.
Mr. Belin.
Is that what you did?
Mr. Brewer.
Yes.
Mr. Belin.
Anything else you can think of?
Mr. Brewer.
No.
Mr. Belin.
Please thank Hardy's Shoe Store for us for letting you take the time to be here. We thank you very much.
Mr. Brewer.
Okay.

Julia Postal

Testimony of Julia Postal

The testimony of Julia Postal was taken at 3 p.m., on April 2, 1964, in the office of the U.S. attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex. by Mr. Joseph A. Ball, assistant counsel of the President's Commission.
Mr. Ball.
Will you stand and hold up your hand, please and be sworn?
Do you solemnly swear the testimony you will give before this Commission will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?
Mrs. Postal.
I do.
Mr. Ball.
Will you state your name, please?
Mrs. Postal.
Julia Postal.
Mr. Ball.
What is your address, please?
Mrs. Postal.
2728 Seevers.
Mr. Ball.
Will you tell me something about yourself, where you were born and what your education was, what your occupation has been, just in general.
Mrs. Postal.
Was born here in Dallas and I went through all school here to my first year at Adamson, and went to California and finished up out there.
Mr. Ball.
Finished high school there?
Mrs. Postal.
Went through 4 years of it.
Mr. Ball.
In California?
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