Saturday, August 22, 2015
Last updated on May 21, 2016. See “Evans” and “Jenkins”
TV STAFF (OTHER THAN CAMERAMEN)
MacNeil, Robert (NBC)
Haynes was with Jay Watson at Main and Houston during the shots
Was with Jerry Haynes at Main and Houston during the shots
Possibly him in this photo:
Ran towards the Depository, but stopped on Houston when he met Hugh Aynesworth.
UPDATE, May 21, 2016: After disussion with Linda Zambanini, I’m not sure anymore if the photo below shows Evans.
According to this Secret Service interview with Evans, he was at the Depository only at 7PM.
Might be this man with Don Cook:
Reported live from Dealey Plaza on KRLD-Radio. He is said to have also filmed around the Depository.
Unable to find a photo of him in Dealey Plaza.
UPDATE: MAY 22, 2016:
Jenkins, Robert (Linda Zambanini thinks it is him)
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
WBAP/ Owens film
Left: WBAP/Owens film. Center: George Smith/Fort Worth Star Telegram photo. Right: Martin/DCA film.
Found by Linda Zambanini:
Those 3 frames are from the Alyea film in the Depository. First two on the 6th floor, and the last one on the first or second floor.
Jerry Coley and Charles Mulkey
Allegedly Coley and Mulkey in this photo.
Discussion on Coley’s story about blood on the grassy knoll. Coley went back with a photographer and took pictures of it. Interesting read here:
Could this be blood?
Possibly the woman in the center. Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig on the right.
Woodward was watching the parade with her colleagues Ann Donaldson, Aurelia Alonzo and Margaret Brown
DALLAS TIMES HERALD
Unable to locate one single image of him in Dealey Plaza. WFAA staff member Vic Robertson saw Aynesworth on Houston Street at around 1:10 PM.
When a shooting in Oak Cliff was announced, Payne was with Joe Sherman, John Shoellkopf and Paul Rosenfield.
Went on the 6th floor in mid-afternoon.
FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM
Went in the Depository, presumably about 3 hours after it had originally been sealed off.
Could it be this man in the Alyea film? It can’t be him if he came in the building only 3 hours later.
Watched parade from an unknown location. “Was one of the first inside the School Book Depository” (Reporting the Kennedy Assassination, page 174).
DAILY TEXAN (University of Texas in Austin student newspaper)
Three of their staff went to Dallas to do their own investigation. They went on the 6th floor of the Depository and were also present in the police headquarters.
See photo above.
Below: At Parkland:
He can be seen here from 2:02, a micro in his hand:
Thanks to Linda Zambanini for her assistance.
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