A Catholic Priest was informed that Lee Harvey Oswald's Employer Desired JFK Shot

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A Catholic Priest was informed that Lee Harvey Oswald's Employer Desired JFK Shot

The president of the Texas School Book Depository, Jack Charles Cason, responded to June, 1964 questioning by the FBI about
an accusation that he or his wife had made the statement during a 1961 social gathering to the effect that it would be a good thing
if President Kennedy was shot, by declaring, wait just a minute, do you have any idea who I am?

Indeed, we do know, Mr. Cason, you were president of the firm that employed the "lone nut assassin" of President Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, the guy Jimmy Breslin and Nellie Connally claimed had a scrambled egg for a brain.

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Mr. & Mrs. Jack Charles Cason, this is your legacy, and you had a hand in making it so.:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dallasmorningnews/obituary.aspx?n=glady...
Gladys Swope Cason, wife of the late Jack Charles Cason and the late Thomas W. Dunn, died March 15, 2009 at the age of 96 years at The Forum Dallas, TX. Gladys was born in Killeen, TX in 1912 and had been a resident of Dallas, TX for 79 years. She is survived by a sister, Nina Jean Fraser of Oklahoma City, OK; two brothers: Howard Barton Swope of Elgin, TX and John Edward Swope of Harlingen TX.; three daughters: Cynthia Cason Teed of Santa Barbara, CA; Sandra Cason of New Orleans, LA; Camille Cason Murphey of Dallas TX; sonin-law, Michael D. Murphey; five grandchildren: Bayard and Brett Banta, Robert A.Vosbein, Jr., Jason M. Murphey, Melissa Murphey, and several greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend funeral services at Sparkman-Hillcrest Northwest Highway Chapel on Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 10:00 am, Dr. Woody Strodel officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Gladys's name to the American Cancer Society .
Published in Dallas Morning News from Mar. 18 to Mar. 19, 2009