"Agent Describes Role of Shielding Johnson" Article Found on New York Times Front Page on November 28, 1963
Rufus W. Youngblood, President Johnson, and the Kennedy Assassination
An article written by Jack Vandenberg,a reporter for the NYT on Youngblood's role protecting President Johnson on the day President Kennedy was killed. This is an interview with Youngblood who is extremely forthcoming about his role in the events of that day and how he does not think his actions of bodily shielding Johnson from any gunfire is a heroic act. To him it was just what any other agent would do. He also discusses how he knew something like this would eventually happen.
Google Newspaper Archive and The New York Times
The New York Times
November 28, 1963
Veronica La Du
newspaper article scanned and published online