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The members of the ARRB presenting President Clinton with the Final Report September 1998

The members of the ARRB presenting President Clinton with the Final Report September 1998
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JFK WAS PROPERLY PROTECTED BEFORE DALLAS!

JFK WAS PROPERLY PROTECTED BEFORE DALLAS!
JFK WAS PROPERLY PROTECTED BEFORE DALLAS! PRESIDENT KENNEDY NEVER ORDERED THE AGENTS OFF HIS LIMO, NOR DID HE ORDER THE MOTORCYCLES AWAY OR THE BUBBLETOP'S REMOVAL (AGENT SAM KINNEY WAS ADAMANT THAT HE--SAM---WAS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TOP'S REMOVAL ON 11/22/63)

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Friday, May 17, 2013

Security Guard Criticized- 9/28/64

SF Examiner 9./28/64


Security Guard Criticized;


`Serious'

Flaws in

Protection


By LESLIE H. WHITTEN

Examiner Correspondent

WASHINGTON
 T h e

Warren Commission

found serious flaws in the

protective ring around

John F. Kennedy and today

proposed ways of

strengthening the guard

for President Johnson

and his successors.

The Secret Service was

"seriously deficient" in its

intelligence work and the

FBI "took an unduly restrictive

view of its role" in failing

to give the Secret Serv- ,

ice information on Lee Harvey

Oswald before Nov. 22,

196 the report said.

The FBI has been virtually

immune from official criticism

in its 40 years under

J. Edgar Hoover.

The Commission also cited

"a breach of discipline" by

nine members of the Secret

Service in Fort Worth. The

agents had up to three beers

and a mixed drink and a

half after midnight. One

stayed out until 5 a. m. Nov.

22. The report said there was

no evidence these men could

have averted the tragedy,

but that "it is conceivable

(they) might have been more

alert in the Dallas motorcade"...   A cabinet-level committee

to observe the Secret

Service and other Federal

agencies in their protection

of a president. The committee

might study whether protection

should be removed

from the Secret Service and

put elsewhere...   The Secret Service,

through Agent Robert I.

Bouck, in charge of the Protective

Research Section, testified

if it had such information

and had known he had

been courtmartialed on a gun

charge,, it would have been

on the alert for Oswald.

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