But, he addresses this issue about the witnesses who identified Lovelady, which I shall post. However, he pads it. We are talking about a very specific thing: who was shown the Altgens photo where Doorman was pointed to and asked, "Who's he? What is his name? Identify him."
That's what we're talking about, and nothing else. So, several of the people he includes, such as Shelley and Stratton to not reach the threshold. He also includes Lovelady himself, which does not pass muster, for reasons I have presented repeatedly.
Jarman's inclusion is ridiculous, as no one is disputing that Lovelady was there in the doorway. The question is: was he the Doorway Man? The same is true of Harold Norman. But, Jarman and Norman were NOT shown the Altgens photo.
So, the bottom line is that only 3 people on this list really apply: Frazier, Arce, and Rackley. They are the ones who were shown the Altgens photo and ID'd Doorman as Lovelady, which is what we're talking about.
But, as much as this guy reached for the stars to lengthen his list, he surely would have included someone else who was shown the Altgens photo and asked about Doorman. That's what we're talking about. That's the "set" we're looking for.
- William Shelley, Oswald’s manager: “as the Presidential Motorcade passed I was standing just outside the glass doors of the entrance … Billy N. Lovelady … was seated on the entrance steps just in front of me” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.22, p.673 [Commission Exhibit 1381, p.84]); “several people were out there waiting to watch the motorcade and I went to join them … Billy Lovelady joined us shortly afterwards … just outside the glass doors there” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.6, p.328).
- Sarah Stanton: “I was standing on the front steps of the Texas School Book Depository with Mr. William Shelley … and Billy Lovelady” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.22, p.675 [Commission Exhibit 1381, p.89]).
- Billy Lovelady himself: “I happened to look on the outside and Mr. Shelley was standing outside with Miss Sarah Stanton, I believe her name is, and I said, ‘Well, I’ll go out there and talk with them, sit down and eat my lunch out there, set on the steps,’ so I went out there” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.6, p.338).
- Buell Wesley Frazier: “I was standing on the steps there … I stayed around there pretty close to Mr. Shelley and this boy Billy Lovelady” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.2, p.233).
- Harold Norman: “Billy Lovelady … was sitting on the steps there” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.3, p.189).
- James Jarman: Lovelady was “standing on the stairway as you go out the front door” (ibid., p.202).
- Danny Garcia Arce stated that he went outside with Lovelady and Shelley: “I was standing in front of the Texas School Book Depository. I was on that grassy area part in front. … The other guys … were all in front of the building” (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.6, pp.365f). He identified Lovelady as the man in the photograph (ibid., p.367).
- Virginia Rackley, who had become Mrs Donald Baker by the time of her Warren Commission deposition, pointed out Billy Lovelady on Commission Exhibit 203, a copy of Altgens’s photograph (Warren Commission Hearings, vol.7, p.515).