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Title: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 03:09:01 AM
I know many of you are impatiently waiting to hear the HSCA interviews I was able to copy during my recent visit in Washington. It will take me a few weeks to listen to them first, editing them, etc. A few interviews were made with witnesses and Parkland staff members I've never heard of.

For now this is a small sample of an interview with Sharon Thuoy who was an intern in Parkland. She claims she saw a huge hole at the back of JFK's head that were big enough to fit two fists...

Among the audios I was able to copy: D.S. John Wiseman, a several-hour SS interview with Marina, Buell Frazier, CIA David Phillips, Sylvia Duran, Geneva Dees, Amos Euins, J.J. Jarman,  the phone conversation between Mark Lane and Helen Markham, Annie Ruth Moore who was at Elm and Houston, Harold Norman, Gus Rose, Parkland Hospital nurse Donna Schloss, and Ms. Irma James Vanzan who was in front of the TSBD. I also copied most of the Sprague Collection and some of the Cutler Collection at Georgetown University which were only printed material. At NARA, I also had the chance to view 1st generation of some Allen photos that had a remarkable clarity that easily surpasses any version you find in books or on the web.

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 03:13:30 AM
Use speakers or headphones. Laptops like mine are weak when it comes to sound volume.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Richard Rubio on June 11, 2018, 03:15:43 AM
My deep respect for doing this work. May it be enlightening to us all.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Tim Nickerson on June 11, 2018, 03:22:27 AM
I know many of you are impatiently waiting to hear the HSCA interviews I was able to copy during my recent visit in Washington. It will take me a few weeks to listen to them first, editing them, etc. A few interviews were made with witnesses and Parkland staff members I've never heard of.

For now this is a small sample of an interview with Sharon Thuoy who was an intern in Parkland. She claims she saw a huge hole at the back of JFK's head that were big enough to fit two fists...

Among the audios I was able to copy: D.S. John Wiseman, a several-hour SS interview with Marina, Buell Frazier, CIA David Phillips, Sylvia Duran, Geneva Dees, Amos Euins, J.J. Jarman,  the phone conversation between Mark Lane and Helen Markham, Annie Ruth Moore who was at Elm and Houston, Harold Norman, Gus Rose, Parkland Hospital nurse Donna Schloss, and Ms. Irma James Vanzan who was in front of the TSBD. I also copied most of the Sprague Collection and some of the Cutler Collection at Georgetown University which were only printed material. At NARA, I also had the chance to view 1st generation of some Allen photos that had a remarkable clarity that easily surpasses any version you find in books or on the web.


Very good, Denis. Kudos to you. I've viewed a great deal of the content on your site and appreciate the work that you do. 
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 03:53:18 AM
The Tuhoy video was just an excerpt.

I spent one of my vacations week in Washington last week. I was taping like a mad man on two of their stations. I want to return one more week next year. There is so much to see.

Another one: The 1963 SS interview with Marina Oswald. It is 4-hour long. This is just an excerpt. It did not stop where I wanted, but here you have it. Fascinating to hear this interview 55 years after it took place.


Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Gary Craig on June 11, 2018, 04:08:24 PM
I know many of you are impatiently waiting to hear the HSCA interviews I was able to copy during my recent visit in Washington. It will take me a few weeks to listen to them first, editing them, etc. A few interviews were made with witnesses and Parkland staff members I've never heard of.

For now this is a small sample of an interview with Sharon Thuoy who was an intern in Parkland. She claims she saw a huge hole at the back of JFK's head that were big enough to fit two fists...

Among the audios I was able to copy: D.S. John Wiseman, a several-hour SS interview with Marina, Buell Frazier, CIA David Phillips, Sylvia Duran, Geneva Dees, Amos Euins, J.J. Jarman,  the phone conversation between Mark Lane and Helen Markham, Annie Ruth Moore who was at Elm and Houston, Harold Norman, Gus Rose, Parkland Hospital nurse Donna Schloss, and Ms. Irma James Vanzan who was in front of the TSBD. I also copied most of the Sprague Collection and some of the Cutler Collection at Georgetown University which were only printed material. At NARA, I also had the chance to view 1st generation of some Allen photos that had a remarkable clarity that easily surpasses any version you find in books or on the web.


Nice work.

Is that the SS interview of Marina from the hotel where she was held after Lee was killed?
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 05:35:55 PM
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Nice work.

Is that the SS interview of Marina from the hotel where she was held after Lee was killed?

Thanks, Gary. Yes, I think it is the 3-flag hotel or something.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Gary Craig on June 11, 2018, 05:42:41 PM
Thanks, Gary. Yes, I think it is the 3-flag hotel or something.

No Thank You Denis.

I'm looking forward to hearing what was said during that interview.

I wish I spoke/understood Russian.


http://www.jfklancer.com/audioconversations.html#McKnight
http://www.jfkessentials.com/forum/index.php?topic=243.0

ALAN DALE: So they check them into a motel, right?

GERALD McKNIGHT: Yes, they go outside of Dallas; they end up at a motel in Arlington Six Flags Motel. After dinner they have a dinner, everybody sits down, they have a dinner; it's lovely. After dinner the Secret Service interrogated Marina Oswald for eight hours. The interrogation, all of it is on tape!

This taped record was sent off immediately to Secret Service Headquarters in Washington DC. These tapes have never surfaced. I can give you the source here I've given you the source it's to "Director and SAC (Special Agent in Charge), Washington Field, from SAC Dallas FBI; Oswald files 10582555/412 and 10582555/0412B1. The reason I say that is because I've never seen this before; I think I'm the first to drag this up; I'm not sure but I think so.

ALAN DALE: I've never heard of it, yeah.

GERALD McKNIGHT: Any event, that's the situation.

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 07:01:45 PM
No Thank You Denis.

I'm looking forward to hearing what was said during that interview.

I wish I spoke/understood Russian.


http://www.jfklancer.com/audioconversations.html#McKnight
http://www.jfkessentials.com/forum/index.php?topic=243.0

ALAN DALE: So they check them into a motel, right?

GERALD McKNIGHT: Yes, they go outside of Dallas; they end up at a motel in Arlington Six Flags Motel. After dinner they have a dinner, everybody sits down, they have a dinner; it's lovely. After dinner the Secret Service interrogated Marina Oswald for eight hours. The interrogation, all of it is on tape!

This taped record was sent off immediately to Secret Service Headquarters in Washington DC. These tapes have never surfaced. I can give you the source here I've given you the source it's to "Director and SAC (Special Agent in Charge), Washington Field, from SAC Dallas FBI; Oswald files 10582555/412 and 10582555/0412B1. The reason I say that is because I've never seen this before; I think I'm the first to drag this up; I'm not sure but I think so.

ALAN DALE: I've never heard of it, yeah.

GERALD McKNIGHT: Any event, that's the situation.

Good! I had those File numbers in my files, but did not know what they were corresponding to. I will use this. Thanks.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 11, 2018, 08:08:00 PM
Marina asked by a SS agent if she knew A.J. Hidell.

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Jerry Freeman on June 12, 2018, 05:11:14 PM
Marina asked by a SS agent if she knew A.J. Hidell.

Marina said she heard it on the radio [an English speaking radio]
 
 
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Jerry Freeman on June 12, 2018, 05:18:16 PM
Thanks, Gary. Yes, I think it is the 3-flag hotel or something.

Six Flags Over Texas....they roped off the entire building.
Amazing how diligent, protective, and conscientious the Secret Service and FBI were after their president was gone.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Steve Logan on June 12, 2018, 05:27:56 PM
Six Flags Over Texas....they roped off the entire building.
Amazing how diligent, protective, and conscientious the Secret Service and FBI were after their president was gone.

Why is that amazing? Shit happens then you fix it. Think about all the new fire laws adopted after the cocoanut grove fire. Amazing.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Jerry Freeman on June 13, 2018, 12:11:48 AM
  xxxx happens then you fix it. 
How do you 'fix' a dead man?
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 13, 2018, 05:15:57 AM
Sylvia Duran:

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 13, 2018, 05:18:51 AM
The Classic Lane/Markham phone conversation.

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Steve Logan on June 13, 2018, 03:48:08 PM
How do you 'fix' a dead man?

492 people died in that fire.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Richard Rubio on June 13, 2018, 03:57:16 PM
I know of a case where a man shot 5 people on a hunting trip, some hundred miles away. The police went to where the man lived and patrolled the general area in case someone was going to take the law into their own hands.  Man.
Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 16, 2018, 05:20:18 PM
Ms. Irma James Vanzan was in front of the TSBD with her sister during the shots. She saw Honest Joe's vehicle passing by on Elm Street. Her interview is 11-minute long. This a portion of it.

Title: Re: My HSCA interview collection soon available
Post by: Denis Morissette on June 16, 2018, 05:22:09 PM
Roscoe White's widow. There are at least 6 hours of HSCA interview with her.