Skip to comments."NOVEMBER 22ND AND THE WARREN REPORT" (1964 CBS-TV SPECIAL)
Posted on 12/03/2012 7:34:37 PM PST by TigerClaws
Rare documentary from CBS aired shortly before the Warren Commission came out:
12 Parts starting here:
Many rare interviews and surprisingly not all that many hits on YouTube.
Part 3 and 4 has Howard Brennan who saw Oswald in the 6th floor shooting and provided the description that later went across the police radio. Brennan says the shooter "didn't seem to be in a great rush, hurry. He seemed to pause for a moment to see if he accomplished his purpose. He brought the gun to rest in upright position as though he was satisfied."
Part 6 has the Officer who ran into the Book Depository right after the shooting. He estimates it took 90 seconds after the last shot was fired before he found Oswald sitting in the snack room on the Second Floor.
Lot of other rare interviews (bus driver, taxi driver, Tippet murder witnesses).
The re-enactment done for the Commission Report doesn't appear to have Connelly in the proper position. The Governor turned his body after the first shot (a miss).
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
lies and lies
Thanks for posting, downloading for later.
If you look a little closer the full version is listed on your link, no need to click through 12 parts.
I’ll probably watch it just for the nostalgia factor...what a flashback. No “Mr. Ed”?? That sucks! (an expression that would have gotten me grounded for a year in 1964!)
Good ole Uncle Walter, telling us “the way it is”...
Dan Ratherbiased just guessed when he went on the air announcing that President Kennedy had died.
Mrs. 40 & I just watched all 12 parts. Probably a lot neither of us have seen before. Thanks for posting.
Marguerite Oswald doesn’t seem like a batty old lady any more.
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