In the early morning hours of November 22, some 12 hours before the assassination, Mary Lawrence was working at the B&B Restaurant, just two doors from Jack Ruby's Vegas Club. She was the head waitress and had known Jack Ruby for the past eight years. She and the night cashier saw Jack Ruby and a person identical to LEE HARVEY Oswald in the restaurant shortly after midnight on November 22.
Following the assassination, she reported this to the Dallas Police and received a phone call on December 3 from an unknown male who stated, she said, ‘If you don't want to die, you better get out of town.’ When subsequently questioned by the Dallas Police, Mary Lawrence stated that the man with Ruby was ‘positively LEE HARVEY Oswald.’ Neither Mary Lawrence nor her friend were interviewed by the Warren Commission. Adding some credibility to Mary Lawrence's report is the fact that few people in America knew back then what we know today... ‘That Jack Ruby and (LEE) Harvey Oswald were seen together by many witnesses in different locations prior to the assassination, who gave statements to that effect to Dallas and D.C. authorities. See Dallas Police Department report of Mary Lawrence's observations.
The Warren Commission's version of Oswald's actions on November 22, 1963, is familiar to many. What follows are the actual activities and whereabouts of LEE Oswald and HARVEY Oswald on that infamous day.
Russian speaking HARVEY Oswald didn't drive and didn't have a driver's license. Around 7:15 A.M., he walked the short distance to Wesley Frazier's house in Irving, TX and rode with Frazier to the Texas School Book Depository (TSBD) in Dallas, where he was employed. While HARVEY was riding in Frazier's car, American-born LEE Oswald, wearing a white shirt, was seen in Oak Cliff, a suburb of Dallas. J.W. ‘Dub’ Stark was the owner of the Top 10 Record Store located at 338 W. Jefferson, across the street and a block and a half west of the Texas Theater. On December 3, 1963, FBI agent Carl E. Walters wrote a memo to the FBI's SAC (Special Agent in Charge) in Dallas. The memo stated, ‘On 12/3/63, Mr. John D. Whitten, telephonically advised that he heard LEE HARVEY Oswald was in the Top 10 Record Shop on Jefferson on the morning of 11/22/63. Oswald bought a ticket of some kind and left...
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