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The Warren Report

The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy was announced by President Johnson on November 29, 1963, one week after the shots rang out in Dallas, and five days after alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was killed while in police custody. A little under 10 months later, the "Warren Commission" delivered this 888-page Report. The Report found that Lee Harvey Oswald killed President Kennedy, alone and unaided, and that similarly Oswald's killer Jack Ruby was a "lone nut."

This Report was followed up a couple of months later by the publication of 26 volumes of Hearings and Exhibits. The Warren Report was widely hailed by the media as an exhaustive study produced by honorable and prestigious men, and was fairly widely accepted by the American public. It was not until a few years later, with the publication of several critical books and magazine pieces, that this acceptance began to turn into widespread disbelief and even ridicule of the Commission's conclusions.

The Warren Report remains the definitive statement of the "lone nut" theory of the assassination of President Kennedy.

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Sylvia Meagher's index of the Warren Commission Report, Hearings and Exhibits

Sylvia Meagher was a research analyst at the UN’s World Health Organization in New York for twenty years. A widow living in Greenwich Village, she applied her administrative skills to evaluating the full 26 volumes of the Warren Report, and in the process produced her Subject Index to the Warren Report and Hearings and Exhibits, the work for which she is perhaps best known, in 1965.

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The Hearings


The Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits consists of 5 volumes of testimony taken by the Commission members in Washington DC. There are 10 additional volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by staff members in various locations, and 11 volumes of Exhibits. The set of 26 volumes consists of 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC (volumes I to V), 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken by Commission staff members in various locations (volumes VI to XV), and the 11 volumes of exhibits (volumes XVI to XXVI).


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Volume I consists largely of testimony by the Oswald family, including Lee Oswald's wife Marina, his mother Marguerite, and his brother Robert. This volume also contains testimony of James Martin, Marina's business manager for a short time in the aftermath of the assassination. The testimony in this volume was conducted between February 3 and February 27, 1964.

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Volume II consists of testimony from prominent Warren Commission critic Mark Lane, Secret Service agents, Dealey Plaza witnesses to the assassination, associates of Lee Oswald and witnesses to his purported flight, the three autopsy physicians, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between February 27 and March 19, 1964.

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Volume III consists of testimony from Texas School Book Depository employees, Dallas policemen, eyewitnesses to the assailant of slain police officer J. D. Tippit, physicians from Parkland Hospital involved in the futile attempt to save President Kennedy's life, ballistic experts, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between March 19 and April 1, 1964.

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Volume IV consists of testimony from fingerprint experts and other expert witnesses, physicians from Parkland Hospital involved in the treatment of Governor Connally's wounds, Texas Governor Connally himself and his wife, Dallas Police officers, Secret Service representatives, FBI agents who dealt with Oswald prior to the assassination, and others. The testimony in this volume was conducted between April 2 and May 5, 1964.

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Volume V consists of testimony from the directors of the FBI, CIA, and Secret Service and their senior subordinates, ballistics experts from the FBI and from the Army's Edgewood Arsenal, the head of the State Department and employees of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Dallas Police Department officers, and others including Marina Oswald, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Jack Ruby. Ruby was interviewed in his Dallas jail cell by Commission members Earl Warren and Gerald Ford, accompanied by general counsel J. Lee Rankin and staff members Arlen Spector and Joseph Ball. The testimony in this volume was conducted between May 6 and September 6, 1964 (the Warren Report was delivered to President Johnson on September 24, 1964)

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Volume VI - XV of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits volumes is the first of 10 volumes of testimony and affidavits taken in various locations by staff attorneys for the Warren Commission. There are an additional 5 volumes of testimony taken by Commission members in Washington DC, and 11 volumes of Exhibits.

Volume XV also contains an index of the Commission Exhibits published in the remaining 11 of the 26 volumes of Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits (XVI through XXVI).

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Volume XVI - XXVI of the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits consist of the eleven exhibits volumes.

XVI -Most of the exhibits in this volume were introduced during the testimony of the Oswald family: wife Marina, mother Marguerite, and brother Robert. The remainder consists of some primary police evidence photos and some of the medical exhibits introduced during the testimony of the autopsy physicians.

XVII -The exhibits in this volume consists of medical exhibits related to both President Kennedy and Governor Connally, letters between Ruth Paine and Marina Oswald, photographs of the Paine and Randle homes, photographs of the Texas School Book Depository building, various ballistics evidence, cards carried by Lee Harvey Oswald, photographs from the Secret Service re-enactment of the assassination, and more.

XVIII -The exhibits in this volume consists of black-and-white frames from the Zapruder film and other films taken in Dealey Plaza, State Department documents relating to Lee Harvey Oswald and his defection to the Soviet Union, Secret Service reports and letters, and various documents relating to General Walker, Larrie Schmidt, and other right-wing persons in the Dallas area.

XIX -Volume XIX is one of three volumes which contains exhibits tagged by the name of a particular official or witness. It covers those whose last names begin with the letters A through F.

XX -Volume XX is one of three volumes which contains exhibits tagged by the name of a particular official or witness. It covers those whose last names begin with the letters G through O.

XXI - is the last of three volumes which contains exhibits tagged by the name of a particular official or witness. It covers those whose last names begin with the letters P through Z.

XXII contains a large variety of documents generated by the FBI, Secret Service, INS, and other government agencies, as well as newspaper clippings, photographs, and other materials.

XXIII contains mostly of a large number of FBI reports, along with other documents including schooling and employment records of Lee Harvey Oswald.

XXIV consists of a variety of reports from the FBI, Secret Service, and Dallas Police, as well as transcripts of a few dozen television and radio broadcasts from the assassination weekend.

XXV of a variety of FBI reports, photographs, and other documents. It includes a number of reports related to the FBI investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald's trip to Mexico City. Also included are excerpts of testimony from the trial of Jack Ruby, photographs taken in the Soviet Union and Dallas, phone call records relating to Jack Ruby, and more.

Volume XXVI consists of a variety of reports from the FBI, CIA, and other federal agencies including the Secret Service and the State Department. It also contains miscellaneous items such as reprints of newspaper articles, transcripts of radio transmissions, and so on.



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