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John Sherman Cooper Quotes

John Sherman Cooper Quotes & Quotations
Name:
John Sherman Cooper
Type:
Politician
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American
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  • 1
    At the time we were in session, they should have been disclosed to us. They were not disclosed to us. We knew nothing about them. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 2
    I don't think anybody ever thought about the CIA meddling in internal affairs. The shock of the President's death called for an immediate investigation. It actually lay in the jurisdiction of Texas. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 3
    I don't think many people have ever read the report. Who has read 26 volumes of this case? How many read the summary? If you read the summary, it takes a long time. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 4
    I met Mr. Hoover socially. I never talked to him about anything connected with his work. We just met him. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 5
    I never initiated nor did the FBI ever initiate any conversation or correspondence with me. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 6
    I think he Oswald felt he was a failure and for the United States and for President Kennedy and all of us. He knew he was a failure at everything he tried, frustrated, with a very sad life, but he was a Marxist. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 7
    I would like that to be known; these facts are in the summary which I think is a very good one. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 8
    I would like you to consider the difference in the time from 1963 to date. The FBI, at that time, was headed by Mr. Hoover who had been appointed Director continuously. He had, I would say, a good reputation. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 9
    It was determined, as shown in the report of the Commission, which I can read to you, but I know you are familiar with the report. It states there was disagreement on this issue, particularly as the subject was debated, that there were different opinions about it. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 10
    Now, people have said that somebody told them that they saw somebody on the railroad bank or saw somebody going over the bank, but no one has ever been able to show any cartridges, any rifle, any pistol, no one has ever found anything other than the evidence about Oswald. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 11
    Oswald's rifle was purchased under an assumed name, but directed to his post office box; the cartridge shells which were down on the floor. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 12
    Our staff not only received the reports from these agencies, they examined them. They questioned them. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 13
    Rather, like the anarchists of the last century, he didn't care if he was killed or not. They just wanted to be known. We found no trace of any conspiracy. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 14
    The intelligence investigation under the leadership of Senator Church, which I know has helped cause this investigation by you, points out that the agencies did not disclose certain facts to us and that certain plots were going on. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 15
    The original judgment of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the CIA was that there were three shots. I don't think that convinced us except as a statement by people, many of them who were familiar with ballistics. This question troubled me greatly. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 16
    The police had already found the cartridges and the rifles and the bag in the Texas School Depository and within a half an hour, those facts were known. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 17
    There is no evidence of any kind except that is directed toward Oswald. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 18
    There was no testimony of conspiracy - Oswald's efforts to get in touch with the Soviets and with the Cuban Fair Play groups in New York were rebuffed, rebuffed at every step. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper
  • 19
    Very curious, at the age of about 13 years, Oswald began to study Marxism and he kept on in his writing, affirming that he was a Marxist. Probably he did want to show himself as a great, supreme Marxist. John_Sherman_CooperJohn Sherman Cooper