August 14, 2012
WHITEWASH-the report on the Warren Report by Harold Weisberg, Chapter 7: Oswald's Legal Rights III
Knoxville, Tennessee (JFKASSASSINATION) Today JFKASSASSINATION resumes our report on Chapter 7 of Harold Weisberg's book "Whitewash--the report on the Warren Report", published in 1965.
The CIA man produced appropriate credentials & was permitted access to the restricted area but the "FBI" man, unidentified but confronted by Secret Service agents, had to be forcibly restrained when he shouted he was "FBI" but produced no credentials.
What is particularly odd about this, Weisberg point out, is that "none of this appears in the (Warren) Report."
Harold Weisberg writes:
"Oswald clearly believed that the (Dallas) police were framing him."
Apparently, the Warren Commission did not agree because, Weisberg says, "the Report makes only passing reference to the lineups...." despite the fact that "neatly dressed employees & teenagers" were utilized in the lineups which made Oswald, who was dressed differently, stand out.
Weisberg goes on to point out flaws in the identification of Oswald by witnesses of the killing of Officer Tippit.