Mr. Emory began his political broadcasting odyssey researching the assassination of President Kennedy. With so much attention focused on policing and the methods thereof, it is interesting to analyze one of the most discussed aspects of the immediate Dealey Plaza crime scene. Shortly after the killing, three “transients” were taken into custody by the Dallas Police (or individuals dressed like Dallas cops). The three were apprehended behind the grassy knoll, from which at least one shot is believed to have originated. There has been much speculation about who they actually were. We suspect that–whoever they actually were–they were involved with the assassination in some respect. What is striking is the casual demeanor of the arresting officers and the fact that none of the suspects were handcuffed! In addition, the “Dallas policemen” are taking the suspects to the Sheriff’s Office, which is extraordinarily unusual. These men were apprehended in the context of the murder of the President of the United States! Look at the officers. A casual observer would never guess the gravity of the situation. Just imagine what these pictures would look like if the “three tramps” were African-American “transients”!