Source text - Spanish El 22 de noviembre de 1973, decimo aniversario del asesinato de John F. Kennedy, el Comite creado para desclasificar los documentos de la Comision Warren efectuo una protesta frente a la Administracion de Archivos Nacionales en Washington D.C., el edificio en el cual se guardan las pruebas del crimen.
El coautor de Executive Action, Don Freed, dijo ante alrededor de treinta personas que Gerald Ford, miembro de la Comision Warren, deberia ser procesado por haber utilizado documentos reservados en su libro acerca de Lee Harvey Oswald - Portrait of the assasasin. Tambien declaro que cuando al Dr. Cyril Wecht le permitieron ver parte de la evidencia patologica, que anteriormente se consideraba secreta, se dio cuenta de que faltaba el cerebro de Kennedy, preservado en formol y presuntamente entregado a la Administracion de Registros y Archivos Nacionales.
Mientras esta locura se exponia delante de dicha Administracion muchos de los que participaban en una conferencia auspiciado por la Comision para investigar Asesinatos (CTIA, por sus siglas en ingles) estaban almorzando, sin conocer los sucesos. Esto se deba a que anteriormente, esa misma mañana, tres policias habian expulsados a dos mienbros del Comite creado para los Archivos mientras intentaban distribuir folletos sobre el evento. Los oficiales actuaban bajo los ordenes de Bernard Fensterwald (abogado de James McCord, del caso Watergate) y Richard Sprague, los directores de CTIA.
El dia siguiente, Phil Ochs me convencio para que lo acompañe a la conferencia de CTIA. Cuando llegamos, Sherman Skolnik estaba arengando a Fensterwald.
Translation - English On November 22, 1973, the tenth anniversary of the assasination of John F.Kennedy, the Committee to Declassify the Warren Commision Documents held a demonstration in front of the National Archives in Washington D.C., the building in which evidence about the Kennedy assasination is cached.
About thirty people were addressed by Executive Action co-author, Don Freed, who told them that Warren Commission member Gerald Ford should be prosecuted for using classified documents in his book about Lee Harvey Oswald - Portait of the Assasin. He also said that when Dr. Cyril Wecht was given permission to see previously withheld pathological evidence, he found that Kennedy's brain, preserved in formaldehyde and allegedly turned over to the archives, was missing!
While this madness was being exposed in front of the Archives, many people at a press conference sponsored by the Committee to Investigate Assasinations (CTIA)were having lunch, unaware of it. This was because earlier that morning, three policemen had ejected two Open-the-Archives members when they tried to distribute leaflets about the event.
The policemen were acting on orders fron Bernard Fensterwald (Watergater James Mc Cord's lawyer)and Richard Sprague, the principals of CTIA.
The next day Phil Ochs persuaded me to go to the CTIA conference with him. When we arrived, Sherman Skolnick was in the midst of haranguing Fensterwald.
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