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Published on Jun 23, 2013
This is Captain G. D. King, administrative officer of the Dallas Police. Captain Glen King of the Dallas Police force. Q. -- information a little while ago about the search for additional suspects. KING . Well, early this morning, members of this Department and the representatives from our district attorney's office, with a search warrant in their possession, went to an address here in Dallas to talk to a person who was associated, where, with the--Oswald--the place where Oswald works. There were met at the door by this person and he asked them to came in, and they went into the house at his--on his invitation. The search warrant was not executed because he did invite them in . They asked permission from him to look around the house this permission was given. They were not able to find anything there to--that would indicate his association with his--nothing in the house at that time to indicate it, so they asked him to come down to the police station this morning at 11 o'clock for interrogation and he agreed to do so . He did come down this morning at 11. He is at the present time being interrogated, but we do not haws anything definite on it, whether there will be my association or not, of course, now we don't know. Q. Do you regard this man as a suspect in this case at this moment? KING. This I do not know. Q. What's the name of the man involved? KING. I don't want to identify him, ne, because there's not, there's not an adequate amount of evidence of any involvement on his part to warrant identification of him. Q. Is this person referred to earlier as having a subversive type record who lived--who worked at the same place? KING. Yes. Q. Is he a colored man, sir? KING. No.