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Hunt v Weberman Evidence

Hunt v Weberman Evidence

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I amassed a whole lot of evidence against Hunt with limited declassification of documents. Hunt later confessed.
I amassed a whole lot of evidence against Hunt with limited declassification of documents. Hunt later confessed.

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Dear
Mr.
Canfield
&
Mr. Weberman:
Enclosed
are
copies
of
corres
p
on
rl E
mce
I
have
rec
e
ntly
h
ad
with
Congressman
Ray
Hadden,
the
chairman
of
the
House
Rules
Committee.
It
seems
that
the
Chairman
in
alm
os
t a
flippant
fashion
has
polled
the
committee
ancJ
decided
that
be
cause
of
some
fe
ar
that
these things
should
not
be
brou
g
ht
up
in
this
elect
ion
year
that
they
\·1ill
not
consid
er
II.
Res.
204
and
sir
.
1ilar
legislation
this
year.
I
am,
of
course,
not
at
all
satisfied
v;ith such
proc
e
dure,
an
d
am
attempting to get
a
for
m
al
hearing
of
my
proposal.
7\ny
further
help
that
you
can
give
will,
of course,
be
appr
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ciate
d.
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~lith
every
good \-lish,
I
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t
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atement
of
U
S.
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Henry
B.
Gonzalez
I.>.:Texas)
Before
the
House
Rules
Con~ittee
Wednesday,
March
31,
1976
On
behalf
of himself
and
64
co-sponsors
of
H
Res. 204,
H
Res.
593,
H
Res.
455,
H
Res. 456,
H
Res. 721,
H.
Res.
873,
H
Res.
1035 --
legis
lation
which
would
establish
in
the
U
S. House
of
Representatives
a
select
committee
of
.
seven
members,
appointed
by
the
Speaker,
for
the purpose
of
studying the
circumstances surrounding
the deaths of
President
John
F.
Kennedy,
U.
S.
Senator
Robert
F.
Kennedy, and
Dr.
Martin Luther
King,
and
the
attempted
assassination of
Governor George
Wallace.
Mr.
Chairman
,
my
distinguished
-
colleagues
--members
of
the
House
Rules
Committee:
When
I
first
introduced
this
House
simple
resolution
--
which
would
establish
a
congressional study
of
the
political
assassinations
of th
e
past
decade,
and the
attempt
on
the
life
of
Governot
George
Wallace,
a
year
ago
last
February
19,
I
did
so
alone,
with.
little
.
reas
on
to
think
I would
obtain
additional
support.
Most
of
the
coverage
which
I
got
as
a
result
of
the
introduction
-
of
H
Res.
204
was
in
the
foreign
press
--
the
media
in
the
United
States
was
not
too
interested
and
there
seemed
little
indication
at
that
point
that
there
was
any
interest
in
.
Congress
.
Within
·a
period
of
a few
months,
all
of
this
had
changed
.
My
good
col
-·
league,
Congressman
Thomas Downing
of
Virginia,
became
convinced
that
ther
e was
need
to
reopen the
study
of
the
assassination
of
President
Kennedy,
and
introduced the
resolution
last
April; but
limiting
.
to
a
se
l
ec
t
connnitte
e
to restudy
the
ss ssin tio~
of President
Kennedy
only,
rather
than
·
includ
in
g
the
deaths
of
Senator
Robert
Kennedy
and
Dr.
Martin Luther
King,
and
the
attempt
on
Governor
Wallace
.
We
have
both
made
introductions of
the
resolutions
several
times
·on b
ehalf
of
ourselves,
and more
than
125
co-sponsor-s,
and
the
estab
lished
media
h
as
decidedly
picked
up on
the
issue.
Presently,
howe
ver,
th
e
int
eres
t
of the
m
ed
ia
as
wel
l
as
others,
has
begun
to
wane.
Those
who
ar
e
lo
s
ing
interest
demand
that
somehow
those
of
us
who
have
sought
a
congress.t
. 1nal
inv
estiga
tion
show
them
the proof of
a
conspiracy,
or
that others,
other
than
the
accus
ed
of
-e-e
n v
:i:Cfed
assass
in
s,
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were
actually
involv
ed,
 
 
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Earlier this
year
a
nun
from
my
San
Antonio
district
implored
me
to
continue
my
efforts.
She commented
that
she
felt
that
these
stories
about
President
Kennedy's
personal
life
wer
e a
deliberate
attempt
to
try
to
portray
him
as
someone
unworthy
of
the
truth
being
known
about
his
death.
Whether any
-
of these
current
stories
about
John
Kennedy
are true
is
of course
not
the
question
at
hand.
The
question
is
who,
if
anyone
e
lse
other
than
Oswald~
activel
y
participat
ed
in
killin
g
the
President of
the United
States
~
an
event
which
se
t
off
a
chain of events
w
hi
ch
great
ly
damaged
the
stability
and
credibility
·
of
our
government.
Richard
Sprague
is
a
di
s
tinguish
ed
gent
lem
an
from
New
Yo
rk
who
has
kept
in
cl
o
se contact
with
me
and
my
office.
He
is
a
writer
and
a
researcher
of
th
es
e
assassin
at
ion
s,
who
is
currently writing
a
book
about
them.
He
and
Dr.
Cyril
Wecht,
t
he
Allegheny
Co
unt
y co
roner in
Pittsburgh
Pa.
who
has
been
so
act
ive
in
disputin
g
the
find
ing
s r
eg
arding
the
John F.
Kennedy
assassination
should
be
called
to
testify
before
this
cormnittee.
·
 
So
should
Michael
C
anfi
e
ld
and
A.
J.
Weberman,
who
wrole
COUP
D ETAT IN AMERICA
(about
the
C
I
and
the
ass
assination
of
Pres
ident
Kennedy)
which
I
wrote
the
foreword,
and
Har
o
ld
Weisberg,
who
has
written
a
whole
series
of
books
regardin
g
all
of
these
assassination
s;
als
o,
Rusty
Rhodes
of
the
Committee
to
In
v
estigate
.
Po
litical
.
Assass
ina
·
tions.
Each h
as
va
luable information.
To
get
the
truth
man
y
other
people
w
ill
ha
ve
t
be
ca
ll
ed
,
in
c
ludin
g
those
who
appar
e
ntly
destroyed
ev
id
en
ce
or
w
ithh
el
d
ev
iden
ce
--
for
wha
te
v
er
reason.
As
years
go
by,
mor
e
and
more
of thes
e
people
will
become
unava
ilable
through
death
or
whatever. In
this
bicentennial
year
,
now
is
the
time
to
retrie
ve
de
m
ocracy
and
to
replace
o
ur
government
by
bullets
with
it
It
is
time
for
us
to
act
now--
before
it
is
too
late.