There is an amazing interview of Jerry Coley, a real, live witness from 11/22/63, on The New JFK Show. I shall give you the link.
But first, you know how I have been saying that witnesses who saw things that they shouldn't see were approached by "big, tall men in dark suits who wore sunglasses and spoke in gruff voices." I'm quoting myself there. Well, that very thing happened to Jerry because of what he saw.
And what he saw was a pool of blood on the steps in Dealey Plaza. And it wasn't just him. Others saw it too. He was a reporter for the Dallas Morning News, and he had with him a photographer from the DMN, Jim something. And he said that Jim actually squatted down and put his finger into the pool of blood to sense the thickness of it. And after doing so, he said it was definitely blood.
Now, I don't know what to make of this. Others have proposed that there was another victim in Dealey Plaza, that somebody else got shot, and not a regular person; someone who was connected. It was on the steps that he saw the blood.
It would take me a long time to form an opinion about this, and currently I don't have one. But, what interests me, at the moment, is that soon after making this find, Jerry started receiving threatening phone calls. Actually, it was his wife who got 2 or 3 of them that afternoon, saying that if he doesn't shut up and leave this alone, that she and their children were going to be killed.
Jerry was at work when the big tall men in dark suits arrived and identified themselves as FBI agents. And it went down exactly as I described, with them confiscating everything and saying, "Now, if you know what's good for you, this never happened; you never saw anything; we were never here; and you aren't going to breathe a word to anybody. Don't make us come back."
So, I'm saying that something very similar happened to Carolyn Arnold after she said she saw Oswald at the doorway shortly before the shooting, and to Billy Lovelady after he very slyly tried to deny being Doorman in his Warren Commission testimony. Joe Molina and others got the same treatment. Surely, there were people in that doorway who saw Oswald there, and they were given the same warning: "You are mistaken. You didn't see Oswald there because he was up on the 6th floor. Now, don't say it again. If your life as you know it is of value to you, don't say it again."
You know what I wish? I wish it had been me. Oh, how I wish it had been me. In the state of Texas, federal agents do NOT have state or local arrest authority. Unless it's a federal crime, they can't do squat. If they were to expect to intimidate me, would they ever be in for a rude awakening. The operative word being: rude. And, I would refuse to turn over my materials.
"It's my camera; my picture; and they are private property. Now, I'm not giving them to you, and that's final. This conversation is over."
Here's the link. Listen to Coley.