MaryGreeley さんが 2011/08/30 にアップロードThe closest witnesses to the murder of John F. Kennedy interviewed by WFAA's director Jay Watson right after the assassination.
William and Gayle Newman, who were both 22 years old on November 22, 1963, were probably the closest witnesses to President John F. Kennedy when he was assassinated by rifle fire in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas.
The Newmans and their two young boys were standing at the curb on the north side of Elm Street when they became witnesses to one of the most horrific and most-talked-about events in world history--the murder of President Kennedy.
Immediately after the assassination, the Newman family was driven to Dallas television station WFAA-TV to be interviewed on live TV. At approximately 12:50 PM CST on 11/22/63, which was only about twenty minutes after the President had been slain, Bill and Gayle Newman were telling their story on live television to WFAA program director Jay Watson.
The WFAA-TV interviews with the Newmans
In the second of his two WFAA interviews on November 22, Bill Newman said he heard only two shots fired during the assassination. And in his 11/22/63 affidavit, Newman said that the "shot" (singular) had come from "directly behind me"....which, of course, is NOT the picket fence area of the famous grassy knoll.
Another very good video of interview.
The Witnesses: Bill & Gayle Newman
JFK63Conspiracy さんが 2010/11/26 にアップロード
Bill and Gayle Newman were among the closest to President Kennedy at the time of the fatal headshot. In this clip, they describe what they saw and Mr. Newman gives his opinion of the location of the shots.