Secret Service agent William “Tim” McIntyre 1935-2019. I spoke to McIntyre in 2005 (when he lived in California). He was one of the four agents who spoke to Seymour Hersh.
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“The Presidential vehicle was approximately 200 feet from the underpass when the first shot was fired, followed in quick succession by two more. I would estimate that all three shots were fired within 5 seconds. After the second shot, I looked at the President and witnessed his being struck in the head by the third and last shot.
McIntyre later courted controversy after featuring in an ABC television special ‘Dangerous World- The Kennedy Years’ in which he recalled upon first being assigned to JFK that he was taken aside by his shift supervisor Emory Roberts and warned of JFK’s womanizing ways.
“You’re going to see a lot of s–t around here. Stuff with the president. Just forget about it. Keep it to yourself. Don t even talk to your wife. Roberts was nervous about it.”
McIntyre felt a scandal was inevitable: “It would have had to come out in the next year or so. In the campaign, maybe.”
He also felt compromised and angry at Kennedy’s actions wondering whether it was “time to get out of there.
“I was disappointed by what I saw”.
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