I was there in the Dallas Municipal Building that Friday night.
Yep, I was there, and if you look hard enough through the pictures you’ll find me.
After meeting with Jack that Friday evening, we drove down to the police building.
Even if Jack had been stopped at the door, I had the clout to get him through.
Of course Jack was there to kill Lee – if he could get close enough.
But there was so much congestion in the hallway, we decided to put that idea on ice.
There were reporters everywhere.
Besides, it was the Sabbath, and I wasn’t sure Jack was up to killing someone on the holy day.
So we settled on him familiarizing himself with Lee and what he looked like in real life.
Pictures don’t cut the mustard.
I know people have speculated that Lee and Jack knew each other, but that just wasn’t true.
I knew that because a) I had recruited both of them, and b) if they had known each other, I never would’ve let Jack get near Lee especially at a press conference.
Why would I want Lee to scream out, “Hey, that guy was in on it with me. ”
So Jack stood in the back of the police auditorium and watched.
It has been a tough day for Jack.
He was distraught and upset.
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