In article <700u9f$...@dfw-ixnews3.ix.netcom.com>,
gar...@ix.netcom.com(Gary Aguilar) wrote:
> In <6vvupc$ul...@nnrp1.dejanews.com> gm...@jfk.org writes:Parkland asked its personnel to write reports of their activities that
> >A call was made to Parkland inquiring about Oswald. Crenshaw's book
> >No one to my knowledge has come forward to say he made the call,
> >Neither Crenshaw's report of his activities that day,
> or Bartlett's report,
> Bartlett wrote the Dallas Morning News herself. What? Was she
weekend, and they are here in our collection and in the documents we
duplicated for the ARRB. Neither Crenshaw, Bartlett or anyone else
mentioned that there was either a call from LBJ or a call from Washington.
They did mention getting more than a few crank calls, though.
The president calls and no one cares or notices? I don't think so.
> >nor the reports of others at the switchboard that day, mention a call
> How would the absence of such a report prove no call came in?
Yes I did and he was quoted accurately. There WAS a call from someone in
> >Did someone call on LBJ's behalf? Possibly. Did he identify himself
> >If someone has new information about these questions I would very much
> Well, here it is, again: neurosurgeon Philip Williams, MD. Have you
Washington, but he never heard that it was LBJ.
> If it did not,I also contacted Peters, who did not support the claim that LBJ called. I
> what a coincidence it must be that Williams recalled what Bartlett
> reported, independently! And I've an email that Peters apparently
> admitted to some such thing himself. What? Another coincidence?
do not have my notes in front of me, but my memory is that he was not
aware of a call from Washington, either.
> >> On 5/26/92, the New York Times reported: "In the (JAMA) interviews,
> >> "Indeed, another doctor has confirmed such a call, although the
> >> "The doctor, Phillip E. Williams, now a brain surgeon in Dallas,
> >> "I vividly remember someone said, and I can't say who it was, the
> >> Williams admitted he did not know for certain it was Johnson, or
> >> Crenshaw, who JAMA falsely belittled for claiming LBJ called
> >> Then there is the letter of Phyllis Bartlett, the "chief telephone
> >> She wrote: " ... There are still people who have not come forward
> >> "There very definitely was a phone call from a man with a loud voice
> >> I've not seen the Gary Mack evidence McA points to, and I'd
> >> But if not Crenshaw, who *did* pick up the White House call both
> >> Just a question: Does McA normally agree with Gary Mack's views of
> >> Gary
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