Seymour Weitzman
OCCUPATION :
Dallas Police Officer
LOCATION :
Main & Houston
SOURCE OF SHOTS :
Knoll
NUMBER OF SHOTS :
3
STATEMENT: November 23, 1963.
24H228 
I ran in a Northwest direction and scaled a fence towards where we thought the shots came from.
FBI REPORT: November 24, 1963.
CD5 
He heard three shots ring out and immediately ran to the point where Elm Street turns to go under the underpass and up the grassy slope located on the opposite side of Elm Street to a fence. . . . He stated they located no one and after talking to a yardman, the yardman told him that the noise had to come from the end of the fence closest to the Texas School Book Depository, and a search was immediately made of that area.
      While still on the other side of the fence, someone, believed to be an officer of the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, mentioned having seen or having heard about something red rolling on Elm Street, and they went and found what appeared to be a portion of a bone or bone structure which bore fresh blood stains. This was taken to the Dallas Police Laboratory. . . . He and Eugene Boone, Dallas county Deputy, were the ones who found the rifle stuck between some boxes or crates on the sixth floor of the building.
DEPOSITION , Joseph Ball: April 1, 1964.
7H105 
[Weitzman was not asked where he thought the shots came from.]