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THIS AFFIDAVIT COMPLETELY DEBUNKS DON WILLIS' RIDICULOUS CLAIM THAT OSWALD
WAS FIRING FROM A DIFFERENT WINDOW. MR. BRENNAN SAYS, "SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
THE 6TH FLOOR."
I DO NOT THINK YOU WILL ADMIT THAT YOU ARE WRONG.
Time for YOU to admit YOU'RE wrong! Here's the part you left out
" I declined on November 22, 1963, to give positive identification of Lee
Harvey Oswald as the man I saw firing a rifle from the southeast corner of
the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building on November
I don't blame him for that. Like everyone else he was scared and he
really did believe the DPD theory that it was a Communist Conspiracy.
If you know, at what time that day did DPD tell him about their conspiracy
Mr. BELIN - All right.
Mr. BRENNAN - And he could have been an FBI. As far as I remember, it
could have been FBI instead of Secret Service.
But I believe it was a Secret Service man from Houston.
Mr. BELIN - What did he say to you and what did you say to him?
Mr. BRENNAN - Well, he asked me he said, "You said you couldn't make a
He said, "Did you do that for security reasons personally, or couldn't you?"
And I told him I could with all honesty, but I did it more or less for
security reasons--my family and myself.
Mr. BELIN - What do you mean by security reasons for your family and
Mr. BRENNAN - I believe at that time, and I still believe it was a
Communist activity, and I felt like there hadn't been more than one
eyewitness, and if it got to be a known fact that I was an eyewitness,
my family or I, either one, might not be safe.
Mr. BELIN - Well, if you wouldn't have identified him, might he not have
been released by the police?
Mr. BRENNAN - Beg pardon?
Mr. BELIN - If you would not have identified that man positively, might
he not have been released by the police?
Mr. BRENNAN - No. That had a great contributing factor--greater
contributing factor than my personal reasons was that I already knew
they had the man for murder, and I knew he would not be released.
Mr. BELIN - The murder of whom?
Mr. BRENNAN - Of Officer Tippit.
Mr. BELIN - Well, what happened in between to change your mind that you
later decided to come forth and tell them you could identify him?
Mr. BRENNAN - After Oswald was killed, I was relieved quite a bit that
as far as pressure on myself of somebody not wanting me to identify
anybody, there was no longer that immediate danger.
Mr. BELIN - What is the fact as to whether or not your having seen
Oswald on television would have affected your identification of him one
way or the other?
Mr. BRENNAN - That is something I do not know.
Mr. BELIN - Mr. Brennan, could you tell us now whether you can or cannot
positively identify the man you saw on the sixth floor window as the
same man that you saw in the police station?
Mr. BRENNAN - I could at that time I could, with all sincerity, identify
him as being the same man.
Mr. BELIN - Was the man that you saw in the window firing the rifle the
same man that you had seen earlier in the window, you said at least a
couple of times, first stepping up and then going back?
Mr. BRENNAN - Yes, sir.