Saturday, January 20, 2018

Professor Jerry Kroth, a senior member of the OIC, sent me this document, which was found in the recent 2017 document dump. It makes reference to several individuals who were aware that Oswald was the man in the doorway. Jones Harris is one, and he, of course, is familiar. But, it also mentions an attorney, and others. 

So, the attorney's name was Arnold Krakower. This document is incomplete, and it's a bit of a hodge-podge. I suspect it's some kind of FBI memo, but by whom? It goes into their awareness of and tracking of Mark Lane as he was making his movie, Rush to Judgment, based on his book. And then, where it cuts off, it started getting into Warren Reynolds, who was one of the Tippit witnesses. Reynolds did not claim to see the shooting, but he claimed to see the gunman fleeing. This is one more piece of documentation of the awareness and recognition of Oswald in the doorway, an identification made by people the world over. I heard from a woman in Russia, who said that her uncle, then deceased, had known Oswald in Russia, and when he saw the Altgens photo, his immediate response was, "That's Alec." 

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