JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
The fifth Appendix in the Warren Commission Report ("Appendix V") provides an excellent resource -- it's an alphabetical list of every one of the 552 witnesses who provided testimony, depositions, or affidavits to the Warren Commission in 1964, plus a reference next to each witness' name indicating the WC volume number where that person's testimony can be located.
Appendix V is a valuable witness index, and it's an excellent resource and research tool that some people might not even know exists within the Warren Report itself. It begins on page 483 of the Report.
Appendix V, plus the "Name" index and the "Exhibit" index (which both appear in Warren Commission Volume #15), provide (in their totality) a very good resource for researchers who are searching for material within the 888-page Warren Report and the Report's 26 supporting volumes.
APPENDIX V; LIST OF WITNESSES:
INDEX OF NAMES (BEGINNING AT 15 H 753):
INDEX OF EXHIBITS (BEGINNING AT 15 H 801):
Given the fact that the three above-linked indexes exist, I have no idea why so many conspiracy theorists seem to think the Warren Report or the 26 associated volumes contain no useful index whatsoever. Because that's simply not true, as the above three links amply demonstrate.
A personal note:
I never cease to be amazed at the depth and scope of the Warren Commission Report and its 26 volumes of testimony and exhibits. Whenever I re-read passages within the WCR or one of its volumes, I almost always come away feeling even more satisfied than before with the Warren Commission's comprehensiveness and with the accuracy of the conclusions reached by Earl Warren's Commission.
In short, the Warren Commission Report is a remarkable piece of work.
David Von Pein
March 22, 2010
Posted By: David Von Pein