Tireless JFK research Vince Palamara, who has done some of the best research into the Secret Service’s role in the events of November 1963, is looking for missing JFK witnesses: the men who accompanied the limousine in which President Kennedy was slain when it was flown back to Washington.
In blatant violation of standard law enforcement procedures, the limousine was washed immediately after the assassination and removed from the crime scene. The men on the plane might be able to shed light on the condition of the limousine on the day of the assassination.
“If you were onboard that flight (tail # 12373) assigned to the 76th Transport Sqdn, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina or have any information concerning that flight & the experiences of the crew please contact: JFK Facts, Bill Kelly, or Greg Burnham.
Thanks Vince, I’m glad to help in this endeavor.
I must add one correction: The YouTube video displays the old and now defunct email for JFK Facts. The correct email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who was on the plane?
According to the flight manifest cited by Palamare, the crew on the C-130 plane included Wayne E. Schake, Vincent J. Gulllo Jr., Hershal R. Woolsey, David J. Corn, Stephen Bening, Frank E. Roberson, and Captain Roland H. Thompson, the pilot.
If you know or knew, or were related to any of these people, please contact JFK Facts,
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