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Offline Denis Morissette

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Harold Norman: Saw Oswald pretending drawing two guns in the cowboy way. He was wondering why people were so excited about the president's visit.


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Offline Colin Crow

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From his testimony a decade earlier.....

Mr. BALL. Did you see Lee Oswald when you got to work?
Mr. NORMAN. No; I don't recall seeing him when I got to work.
Mr. BALL. Did you remember seeing him at any time that morning?
Mr. NORMAN. Yes; around about 10 or 10:15, somewhere in the neighborhood of that.
Mr. BALL. Where did you see him?
Mr. NORMAN. Over in the bins by the windows, I mean looking out, you know, at Elm Street, towards Elm Street.
Mr. BALL. On what floor?
Mr. NORMAN. The first.
Mr. BALL. Looking out on Elm through windows, is that right?
Mr. NORMAN. Yes, sir. I was looking out the window. He happened to come by to fill orders.
Mr. BALL. Did he say anything to you?
Mr. NORMAN. No; he didn't.
Mr. BALL. Did you say anything to him?
Mr. NORMAN. No.
Mr. BALL. Did you see him at any time after that?
Mr. NORMAN. No; no more. I don't recall seeing him any more that day.

Norman was a less than candid witness.....from his first statement on the Tuesday following the shooting onward.

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Even the Bug doesn?t use this nugget....


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Offline Colin Crow

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Would be good to hear Jarman?s comments about how anyone could have easily entered the TSBD that day without anyone noticing because the roller doors were all open.