INTERVIEWS OF WILLIAM C. WOOD, a/k/a BILL BOXLEY BY GEORGE E. RENNAR
The woman known to assassination researchers as "Rose Cheramie"
INTRODUCTION: I interviewed BOXLEY (“B” hereinafter) in Dallas on 30 Aug[ust], 31 Aug[ust], and 3 Sep[tember] 71. The results of these conversations are set forth below. The talks dealt mainly with charges and allegations made by others against B[oxley]. . . . MARY FERRELL was present during most of the talks.
B[oxley] never investigated the ROSE CHERAMIE case . . . B[oxley] did hear Louisiana State Police Col. BEN MORGAN and his investigator, Lt. FRANCIS FRUGE, talk about it. CHERAMIE supposedly recounted her story to them when they were flying her to Houston to make a drug pickup.
In mid-April, 1967 B[oxley] was an editor on the Houston Tribune, working for THEODORE N. LAW, and wanted stories on GARRISON. B[oxley]’s source was BEN MORGAN. FRUGE was at the Holiday Inn, and after B[oxley] called MORGAN, MORGAN told FRUGE to contact B[oxley]. B[oxley] got together with FRUGE, [Garrison investigator Frank] MELOCHE and a girl at the Houston Tribune.
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