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Roger Craig / Nash Rambler
Marvin Robinson was traveling west on Elm Street shortly after the assassination. Robinson stated that after he had crossed Houston Street and was in front of the TSBD building a light colored Nash station wagon suddenly appeared before him. He stated this vehicle stopped and a white male came down the grass covered incline between the building and the street and entered the station wagon after which it drove away in the direction of the Oak Cliff section of Dallas (interview of Robinson by SA Almon and Rice 11/23/63).
Mr. Roy Cooper was "driving his car and following his boss who was driving a Cadillac. They were coming south on Houston and had to wait for the parade and the incident happened shortly after they reached this intersection. Cooper observed a white male somewhere between 20 and 30 years of ago wave at a Nash Rambler station wagon, light colored, as it pulled out and was ready to leave from Elm and Houston. This station wagon pulled out real fast in front of the Cadillac driven by his boss and his employer had to stop abruptly and nearly hit this Nash Rambler. (interview of Robinson by SA Almon and Rice 11/23/63). The Nash Rambler was last seen driving under the triple overpass heading toward Oak Cliff.
John Armstrong: Harvey and Lee --- Just the Facts, Please
A lire aussi sur les témoignages de Roy Cooper et Marvin Robinson:
Yet Another Eyewitness
There are also the statements of Richard Randolph Carr, a steelworker who also said he saw a Rambler in Dealey Plaza. Carr was on an upper floor of a building that was under construction on November 22. From his position he could see into the sixth floor of the TSBD, where just before the motorcade arrived he saw a stocky man wearing a hat, sportcoat, and glasses. When the shooting stopped Carr descended to ground level, where he again saw the man in the sportcoat. Carr said he followed him for about a block and saw him get into a Nash Rambler driven by a dark-complected man.
To this account, Henry Hurt adds: It should be noted that over the years Carr's testimony has been somewhat inconsistent. And, for whatever reason, he has been seriously intimidated since originally offering his account to officials. He has been shot at and has found sticks of dynamite wired to his autobmobile's ignition switch. Still, Carr's earliest reports to officials are consistent on his sighting of the Nash Rambler.
In Defense of Roger Craig
Ozzie lui-même a avoué être retourné chez lui en autobus, puis en taxi...
vous rendez-vous compte du nombre de témoins qui ses sont entendus dire: "mais vous vous trompez, ce n'est pas possible, il était ailleurs à ce moment là..."
trop fort Lee...mieux que david copperfield!
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