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Sources: CE 3131; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 332, 353, 462-512, 596, 677-678; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 53-55, 219, 221, 240, 254-255; SSCIA 157-10007-10121 (MMF 1819); Rush to Judgment, 352; Inquest, Epstein, 12-13, 73; The Day Kennedy Was Shot, Bishop, p. 404; The Plot to Kill the President, Blakey, pp. 77-78; The Dallas Morning News, 12/8/80; Plausible Denial, Lane, p. 62; Best Evidence, Lifton, pp. 116, 304; Photographic Whitewash, Weisberg, pp. 143, 280; Dallas Morning News, Sat., Aug. 15, 1998, p. 39-A; New York Times, Sat., Aug. 15, 1998
Inspector for FBI. Hoover sent him to Dallas immediately following assassination. (1993) in nursing home. Retired as Division Chief in 1971. Died Aug. 7, 1998, at his home in Alexandria, Va, of liver cancer. Died at age 86. Native of Kansas City, Kansas. Worked in Missouri, New York and Texas where he was in charge of Houston FBI office. Survived by wife, Pat; a daughter Patricia M. Tighe, of Alexandri, and two grandchildren.

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