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« Le livre est là sur ma desk, avec sa couverture blanche et le bleu du titre : Compagnie, et j'ai presque peur de ce qu'il y a dedans. Peur et envie et besoin d'entendre de nouveau los angeles voix connue, jamais vraiment connue, autre chaque fois. "Il ne pourra pas aller plus loin.., une expérience limite... Au-delà, il n'y a plus que le silence...", and so forth. On entend dire ça depuis des années, depuis L'Innommable, mais l. a. voix de Beckett est toujours là et les livres se succèdent, empiétant sur le silence ou, mieux, intégrant toutes les qualités, toutes les formes du silence, se raréfiant pour mieux se trouver, avec des airs de tituber, de se perdre, mais soudain lacérant notre espace, et dans un souffle le mot juste est là, avec toutes ses arêtes comme un prisme noir de basalte.

Donc, ce nouveau livre de Beckett, là, fermé encore. Histoire de l'apprivoiser, je le laisse un temps se familiariser sur ma desk avec mon petit gâchis body of workers (un mot cher à Beckett, ça). Compagnie, dit le titre, et déjà on se doute que c'est le livre d'une solitude, de los angeles solitude. Oui, "seul", tel est bien le dernier mot, que je m'en vais cueillir aussitôt après avoir lu los angeles première word : "Une voix parvient à quelqu'un dans le noir. Imaginer." Entre les premiers mots et le dernier tout le livre respire. Le clou du monosyllabe ultimate troue los angeles web page. » (Geneviève Serreau, Le Nouvel Observateur, 1980)

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The first eyewitness mentioned is Howard Brennan who, 120 feet from the window, said he saw a man fire at the President. " Prior to this lineup, Brennan had seen Oswald's picture on television. In the months before his Warren Commission testimony, Brennan underwent some serious changes of heart. A month after the assassination he was suddenly positive that the man he saw was Oswald. Three weeks later, he was again unable to make a positive identification. In two months, when he appeared before the Commission, he was again ready to swear that the man was Oswald, claiming to have been capable of such an identification all along.

In another interview that Saturday, Captain Fritz made the absolute statement: There is only one thing that I can tell you without going into the evidence before first talking to the District Attorney. I can tell you that this case is cinched -- that this man killed the President. There's no question in my mind about it. . I don't want to get into the evidence. I just want to tell you that we are convinced beyond any doubt that he did the killing. (24H787) By November 24, Curry's remarks became much stronger.

This feeble evidence is all the Commission could produce to suggest a connection between the rifle and the bag. "[1] Likewise, the Commission asserts that Oswald constructed this bag, while it presents evidence only that he handled it (R134-37). html (7 of 15) [9/16/2000 00:54:28] Chapter 1, Assassination: The Official Case, "PRESUMED GUILTY", 1976 rifle, if it was ever there at all; "(4) carried the rifle into the Depository Building, concealed in the bag," even though, to make this assertion, it had to reject the stories of the only witnesses who saw the package, and could produce no direct evidence that the rifle had been in the bag; and "(5) left the bag alongside the window from which the shots were fired," offering no substantiation that it was Oswald who left the bag in this position (R137).

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