posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 12:21 PM
Maybe I'm just really dropping the ball on this one, but as of yet I've found no explanation for this.
From James Romack's testimony to the Warren Commission:
Mr. BELIN. Where were you around the noon hour of November 22, 1963?
Mr. ROMACK. I was on lunch period, Just piddling around out north by east, I would say, from the Texas School Book Depository Building.
Mr. BELIN. You were standing around Houston Street?
Mr. ROMACK. It would be just about where Houston would intersect, but the street was under construction at the time. They didn't have it, which they
still don't have it opened up for through traffic.
Mr. BELIN. Were you standing with anyone?
Mr. ROMACK. Well, Lee and Mr. Rackley
, we walked out there together originally to start with. We were kind of piddling around, and I kind of
walked off ahead of him.
Mr. BELIN. Was that George W. Rackley you were referring to?
Mr. ROMACK. Yes, sir.
Mr. BELIN. Is he also known as "Pop" Rackley?
Mr. ROMACK. Right.
That's the only mention of "Lee" in the entire testimony. The Commission doesn't ask him a single question about this Lee he mentions.
Is this just a typo of some sort? Another Lee other than Oswald? Or was Romack actually with Lee Harvey Oswald?