Officer Marrion Baker is a hero. That's because his Warren Commission testimony is absolutely devastating to the official story of the JFK assassination. His testimony proves that Oswald did NOT come down from the 6th floor. And really, it has been known since he gave his testimony. But, it has been ignored because of what it implies. Here is what I am talking about:
Mr. BAKER - As I came out to the second floor there, Mr. Truly was ahead of me, and as I come out I was kind of scanning, you know, the rooms, and I caught a glimpse of this man walking away from this--I happened to see him through this window in this door. I don't know how come I saw him, but I had a glimpse of him coming down there.
Mr. DULLES - Where was he coming from, do you know?
Mr. BAKER - No, sir. All I seen of him was a glimpse of him go away from me.
Mr. BELIN - What did you do then?
Mr. BAKER - I ran on over there
Representative BOGGS -You mean where he was?
Mr. BAKER - Yes, sir. There is a door there with a glass, it seemed to me like about a 2 by 2, something like that, and then there is another door which is 6 foot on over there, and there is a hallway over there and a hallway entering into a lunchroom, and when I got to where I could. see him he was walking away from me about 20 feet away from me in the lunchroom.
You have to understand Baker's language. He referred to the anteroom or vestibule as a "hallway." So, the door closest to him with the glass through which he looked was the first door he referenced. That was BAKER'S door. Then, he said there was another door 6 feet farther back, and that's the door to the vestibule from the office area. That's the door Oswald went through. So, that was OSWALD'S door. There was actually a third door going from the vestibule to the lunch room, and it was between the other two doors, but that door was propped open, so it was like it wasn't there. Oswald MUST have gone through the other door, the one from the office side. It's the only way Baker could have seen him. Baker caught only a quick glimpse of him as Oswald angled into the lunch room. Remember, Baker first saw Oswald in the vestibule, which he called a hallway. But, the vestibule was very small, and if Oswald had gone through Baker's door, it would still have been swinging, and Baker may not have seen him at all. So, Oswald definitely used the other door, the one from the office side. Then, Baker went through his door into the vestibule, and then looking into the lunch room proper as he stood at the threshold, he saw Oswald walking through the lunch room with his back to him.
That is how it went down. The above diagram is crude and simplistic, as the geometry was a bit different. But still, it captures the essence of what happened. And I don't know to what extent Baker even thought about this. But, whether he thought about it or not, he, personally, devastated the official story of the JFK assassination because he proved that Oswald did NOT come down from the 6th floor. He came up from the 1st floor.