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Book Depository Car Park

on Fri 28 Sep 2018, 10:32 pm
Just reading up on a history of the TSBD by Jerry Organ. According to Jerry, on the morning of the Big Event, LHO was dropped at the TSBD car park at 1917 Houston, not Dealey Plaza. Is that correct? If it is, it opens up questions about what might or might not have happened during that 10 minute walk. Has anyone ever looked into this? Quote below:

In 1963, the year the company consolidated most of its operation in the former Sexton Building, it employed 33 workers, including 19 warehouse men, of whom four remained at the old warehouse at 1917 N. Houston Street, a few blocks north. Most Depository workers used the parking lot of this smaller warehouse, and it was here that Lee Harvey Oswald and his "bulky package" arrived in a co-worker's car on the morning of the assassination.
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Re: Book Depository Car Park

on Fri 28 Sep 2018, 10:44 pm
orangebicycle wrote:Just reading up on a history of the TSBD by Jerry Organ. According to Jerry, on the morning of the Big Event, LHO was dropped at the TSBD car park at 1917 Houston, not Dealey Plaza. Is that correct? If it is, it opens up questions about what might or might not have happened during that 10 minute walk. Has anyone ever looked into this? Quote below:

In 1963, the year the company consolidated most of its operation in the former Sexton Building, it employed 33 workers, including 19 warehouse men, of whom four remained at the old warehouse at 1917 N. Houston Street, a few blocks north. Most Depository workers used the parking lot of this smaller warehouse, and it was here that Lee Harvey Oswald and his "bulky package" arrived in a co-worker's car on the morning of the assassination.
It's true that the Houston St car-park was used by most employees of both warehouses. It's not true that Oswald got a lift that morning with Buell. That is part of the narrative used to incriminate Oswald.

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