Hugh Aynesworth on the Garrison Investigation, Part Three
On and on it went. Aides and newsmen close to the investigation wondered aloud how Garrison could tell the mental cases from the sincere witnesses, the truthful from the imaginative.
You can see this in the leads that Garrison sent to the House Selection Committee on Assassinations. They were an amalgam of rumor, gossip and imagination. None of Garrison's leads amounted to anything.
Here is a link to part two of this series.
Here is a link to part one of this series.