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Post by greg parker on Wed 08 May 2013, 10:15 pm

"Givens said that during the past few days Lee had commented that he rode to work with a boy named Wesley. Givens said all employees enter the back door of the building when Jack Dougherty, the foreman opens the door about 7 A.M. On the morning of November 22, 1963, Givens observed Lee reading a newspaper in the domino room where the employees eat lunch about 11:50 A.M.” (CD5 p329)

Givens doesn't say he was told this was just on Mondays. Which leads to why Oswald would mention it at all if it was only one day a week. I mean, if there was some sort of discussion on the subject of getting to work, wouldn't Oswald say I walked/hiked/caught a bus Tuesday through Friday and got a lift with Wes on Mondays?

Eddie Shields to some extent, confirms that Oswald was not just talking about a Monday morning to Givens because Givens is expecting Oswald to be with Frazier on arrival, Friday morning!

From Shields HSCA interview:
I think Charles Givens hollered out there and asked Frazier where was his rider and he told him: "I dropped him off at the building." Yeah, that was it...
Well, I was down on the floor when they hollered out and said and the answer he gave them, I don't know, I think he said: "I dropped him off at the building." Now, whoever it was hollering asked him, I don't know.
DAY: This is the morning of the assassination?
SHIELDS: Mm-hmm.
DAY: Somebody hollered out the window and say: "Where is your rider?" And to your recollection, Frazier says, "I dropped him off at the building."

In short, I continue to habor some suspicion that Oswald had been living at the Paine household all along after his return to Dallas.

As a sidebar, Ruth demanded that she read into the WC records, a letter she wrote her mother on Oct 14 full of praise for Oswald, including that he had planed down the doors that wouldn't close. WTF? Couldn't Mike do that? Wasn't he constantly over there working in the garage? Didn't he ever notice the doors wouldn't close?

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Thu 09 May 2013, 5:33 am


I think you could be onto something with the above. As pointed out elsewhere, I think there's much reason to believe that Oswald never lived at 1026 North Beckley. Let's see what Lee and the other guys think.
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