Sylvia Meagher on the Clay Shaw Case
Here is a short excerpt from a letter written to Harold Weisberg in 1972 by Howard Roffman, who went on to write Presumed Guilty in 1976.
Roffman spent a lot of time talking to Meagher. His anecdote is consistent with the way Meagher viewed the case. When she served as a referee for Jim Garrison's book in the mid-1980s, she was extremely critical of his writings on New Orleans. However, she still recommended that his book be published because he argued that Oswald was innocent. That made the book worthwhile even though she knew the material on Shaw and Ferrie was useless.
Here is Meagher's terrific comment on chapter 7 of Garrison's book:
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An unpublished Meagher memo on the trial of Clay Shaw.
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