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Another curiosity coming out of new impressions created by Haygood's
testimony is the time element. Haygood says he is on Main Street when he
hears the shots. For the purposes of discussion we'll say the last one
occurs at 12:30. Haygood rides down Houston Street, turns onto Elm and
goes down to the underpass and attempts to ride his bike up over the curb.
Failing this, he parks his bike and runs up the hill, or as his says in
his testimony, "to the railroad yard." He looks around and sees "nothing"
except people running around. The his says he went back to his radio,
which is on his bike. But, Mr, Belin, apparently lacking good sense at
this point, asks him if he talked to anybody in the railroad yard. Haygood
says he talked to a man he "presumed" to be a railroad detective. The
reason for this presumption is not explained. Haygood does not remember
what he said. Anyway, back at the bike, he doesn't get on the radio yet.
He talks to one witness who says the president got shot in the head. That
guy said he didn't know where the shots came from. Then he talked to James
Tague about his cheek's brush with death. Then he talked to another
witness who said of the TSBD, "...there was something in the building, he
couldn't determine what it was, but it was just something there that he
couldn't explain, but he was definite that the shots did come from there."
Yikes! That sounds familiar. Yeah, the guy just before Haygood testified,
Bobby Hargis, had told the WC, "Well, at the time it sounded like the
shots were right next to me. There wasn't any way in the world I could
tell where they were coming from, but at the time there was something in
my head that said that they probably could have been coming from the
railroad overpass..." These guys must have the same writer. Anyway, after
all of this, then he calls in at 12:34-12:35. It took less than 5 minutes
from the time he was on Main Street for all of that to happen.
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