Fritz was the only one to interrogate Lee Harvey Oswald before his assassination by Jack Ruby on November 24, 1963. Fritz's notes are the only remnant of his talk with Oswald as there was no audio recorded or stenographer present.
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Recent interview of Buell Frazier recalling his interrogation by Captain Fritz regarding JFK's assassination. Frazier, a coworker of Oswald's at the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, TX, was suspected of being an accomplice to Oswald in the…
"This folder contains memoranda between the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and Kenneth P. O'Donnell, Appointment Secretary and Special Assistant to the President. Topics include details of the President's…
According to Emory Roberts in his witness testimony, while at Parkland Memorial Hospital, LBJ was reluctant to leave Dallas without permission and sent Roberts to acquire permission from O'Donnell to leave aboard AF1.
According to Doctor Charles Gregory, who removed the bullet fragment from Governor Connally's arm, he gave the fragment to Surgery Supervisor Audrey Bell who gave it to Officer Bob Nolan who gave it to Captain Fritz.
The rifle used by Lee Harvey Oswald to shoot President Kennedy from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository was found by Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman and then handed over to Captain Fritz.
Henry Wade requested that Oswald be moved to the Dallas Sheriff's office on the night of November 22, 1963, but Captain Fritz declined. Instead, Fritz sanctioned the transfer of Oswald on the morning of November 24, 1963.