FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Date January 10, 1964
Mrs. JEANNETTE E. HOOKER, Deputy Distruct Court Clerk, Original Court of Dallas, Records Building, advised that on November 22, 1963, she was watching the Presidential Motorcade from the window of Judge J. FRANK WILSON's court room, having followed the progress of the Presidential Motorcade down Main Street, Dallas, from the window of Judgw HENRY KING's court room. From Judge WILSON's court room window, she observed the Presidential Motorcade turn west on Elm Street.
Mrs. HOOKER estimated that the President's car was almost to the R. L. THORNTON Freeway when she heard three gunshots. From the sound of the shots, she could not tell from where they had been fired. Mrs. HOOKER observed Mrs. KENNEDY stand up in the Presidential car and observed a man jump on to the back of the car, which she assumes was a Secret Service Agent. She then observed the car speed away.
At no time did Mrs. HOOKER observe the windows of the Texas School Book Depository. During her observations of the Presidential Motorcade, Mrs. HOOKER was accompanied by Mrs. LILLIAN MOONEYHAM and Mrs. ROSE CLARK fellow employees in the Records Building.
on 1/8/64 at Dallas, Texas File # DL 100-10461
By Special Agent GEORGE T. BINNEY Date Dictated 1/9/64