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Volume XI of the HSCA's Appendices contains staff reports on the Warren Commission and its relationship with federal intelligence agencies, which withheld important information from the Commission. This volume also contains reports on the planning for the Texas trip and an investigation of the assassination apparently conducted by the U.S. military.

Title  (PDF: 56 K)
Contents 
Foreword  (PDF: 48 K)
The Warren Commission 
 
Contents
  (PDF: 58 K)
 
I. Operations and Procedures
  (PDF: 1861 K)
 
Creation of the Warren Commission
 
 
Purposes of the Warren Commission
 
 
Organization of the Warren Commission
 
 
Independent Investigators
 
 
Communication Among the Staff
 
 
Interaction Between the Warren Commission and the Staff
 
 
Pressures
 
 
II. Relationship Between the Warren Commission and the FBI and the CIA
  (PDF: 2732 K)
 
A. Perspective of the Warren Commission
 
 
B. Attitude of the FBI and the CIA Toward the Warren Commission
 
 
Attachment A: The Warren Commission
  (PDF: 27 K)
 
Attachment B: Monthly Progress of the Warren Commission Investigation
  (PDF: 57 K)
 
Attachment C: Days Worked by Warren Commission Staff
  (PDF: 45 K)
 
Attachment D: Executive Session Testimony of Arlen Specter and Dean Norman Redlich
 
 
Arlen Specter
  (PDF: 2058 K)
 
Dean Norman Redlich
  (PDF: 2436 K)
 
Attachment E: Executive Session Testimony of W. David Slawson and Wesley Liebeler
 
 
W. David Slawson
  (PDF: 4958 K)
 
Wesley Liebeler
  (PDF: 3817 K)
 
Attachment F: Executive Session Testimony of Judge Burt W. Griffin and Howard P. Willens
 
 
Burt W. Griffin
  (PDF: 3335 K)
 
Howard P. Willens
  (PDF: 2367 K)
 
Attachment G: Executive Session Deposition of J. Lee Rankin
  (PDF: 3240 K)
 
Attachment H: Deposition of Howard P. Willens
  (PDF: 3447 K)
 
Attachment I: Letter and attachments from Judge Burt W. Griffin to G. Robert Blakey, November 23, 1977
  (PDF: 159 K)
 
Attachment J: Letter from Howard P. Willens to G. Robert Blakey, December 14, 1978
  (PDF: 84 K)
 
References
  (PDF: 347 K)
Analysis of the Support Provided to the Warren Commission by the Central Intelligence Agency  (PDF: 2110 K)
 
Contents
 
 
I. Foreword
 
 
II. Organization of the CIA's Investigation of President Kennedy's Assassination
 
 
III. The Warren Commission-CIA Working Relationship
 
 
A. Opinions of Warren Commission and CIA Representatives Regarding the Warren Commission-CIA Relationship
 
 
B. The CIA's Failure to Disclose CIA Anti-Castro Assassination Plans to the Warren Commission
 
 
C. Agency's Legal Responsibility to Protect Sensitive Sources and Methods...
 
 
D. Warren Commission Knowledge of CIA Sensitive Sources and Methods
 
 
E. The Photograph of an Unidentified Individual
 
 
F. Luisa Calderon Carralero
 
 
IV. Balance of the Evidence
 
 
References
 
Politics and Presidential Protection: The Motorcade  (PDF: 2115 K)
 
Contents
 
 
Summary
 
 
I. The Origins of the Plan for President Kennedy to Visit Texas
 
 
II. The Process of the Selection of Dates for the Trip and the Planning of the Itinerary
 
 
III. Texas Christian University Appearance
 
 
IV. The Political Controversy Surrounding the Selection of a Speech Site for the President's Appearance in Dallas
 
 
V. The Role of the Secret Service in the Resolution of the Selection of the Speech Site and the Motorcade Route
 
 
VI. The Publication in Dallas Newspapers of the Motorcade Route
 
 
VII. The Residual Role of the Secret Service in Motorcade Planning
 
 
References
 
Possible Military Investigation of the Assassination  (PDF: 710 K)
 
Contents
 
 
Huff Allegation
 
 
The Committee's Investigation
 
 
Huff Interview and Deposition
 
 
Moffitt Interview
 
 
Roberts Interview
 
 
Morgan Interview
 
 
Contacts with CID Officers
 
 
Morgan Letter
 
 
References