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“How did the rifle get there? I have no idea. But, Lee did not take a rifle with him that morning.” Buell Wesley Frazier
Buell Wesley Frazier: Was born in Texas in 1944. He went to work at the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas and in September, 1963 met and befriended Lee Harvey Oswald. On the morning of November 22, 1963, Frazier drove Oswald to the Texas Book Depository. He later told the Warren Commission that Oswald carried a small short thin package to work that day that he claimed contained curtain rods. The Warren Commission concluded it was the murder weapon it alleged Oswald used to assassinate President Kennedy. This was despite the fact that both Frazier and his sister insisted the package was a good eight inches shorter than the disassembled Mannlicher-Carcano, and that Oswald carried it cupped in his hand and tucked underneath his armpit so that it was not visible from behind. Only one other person is known to have seen Oswald enter the Depository that day, and that person told the Warren Commission Oswald was not carrying anything in his hands when he arrived at work that morning.
Mr. Frazier shares his recollections of Oswald the person he remembers as being very intelligent and well-read, and who was very fond of children, as children were of him.
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