Ronald Fischer
OCCUPATION :
Dallas County Auditor
LOCATION :
South West Corner of
Houston & Elm
SOURCE OF SHOTS :
Knoll
NUMBER OF SHOTS :
4
DALLAS SHERIFF’S STATEMENT: November 22, 1963.
19H475 
About thirty seconds before the motorcade came by, Bob [Robert Edwards] turned to me and said that there was a man on the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, at the window there, and I looked up and saw the man. I looked up at the window and I noticed that he seemed to be laying down there or in a funny position anyway, because all I could see was his head. I noticed that he was light-headed and that he had on an open-neck shirt, and that was before the motorcade rounded the corner. I noticed his complexion seemed to be clear, and that he was in his twenty’s.
FBI REPORT: December 2, 1963.
CD205 
Several minutes before the Presidential motorcade turned onto Houston Avenue, Edwards punched him slightly and said the words to the effect, "Look at that fellow in the window, I wonder what he is hiding from." This person in the window was located in the far right hand side corner window of the sixth floor, and could be seen by him from the neck up. He believed this man to be a white man, in his late twenties, wearing an open-neck shirt, light in color. He was fair [in complexion] and had a high forehead and light hair.
DEPOSITION: April 1, 1964.
6H195  
They appeared to be coming from just west of the School Book Depository Building there were some railroad tracks and there were some railroad cars back in there. . . At first, I thought there were four, but as I think bout it more, there must have been just three. . . The—uh—first shot fooled me, I think, because of the sound bouncing off the buildings.