J. C. Price
OCCUPATION :
Not Available
LOCATION :
Terminal Annex Roof
SOURCE OF SHOTS :
Knoll
NUMBER OF SHOTS :
5
DALLAS SHERIFF’S STATEMENT: November 23, 1963.
19H492  
I saw one man run towards the passenger cars on the railroad siding after the volley of shots. This man had a white dress shirt, no tie and khaki colored trousers. His hair appeared to be long and dark and his agility running could be about 25 years of age... There was a volley of shots, I think five and then much later maybe as much as five minutes later another one. [Statement does not reveal where Price thought the shots came from.]
FBI REPORT: November 24, 1963.
CD?  
He was on the roof watching the parade, heard the shot, and saw President Kennedy slump over. He assumed the shot had come from the overpass and looked in that direction, but saw nothing pertinent.
INTERVIEW, Mark Lane: March 27, 1966.
The film Rush to Judgment.
LANE. Where did you think you heard the shots come from?
PRICE. From behind the overpass over there, triple overpass, that’s where I thought the shots were coming from.
LANE. And where did you see the man run?
PRICE. Over behind that wooden fence pass the cars and over behind the Texas Depository Building.
LANE. Did you give that information to the Dallas Sheriff’s department on the very day of the assassination.
PRICE. Yes, I did. I’d say about 30 minutes after the assassination.
LANE. Were you ever called as a witness by the Warren Commission.
PRICE. No sir. No sir.
LANE. I show you this map published by the Warren Commission of the Dealey Plaza area, and ask you if you would mark on it where you thought the shots came from?
PRICE. Yes sir.
LANE. That’s just behind the wooden fence where it joins the overpass. Is that correct?
PRICE. That is correct.