Aubrey Mayhew

  • Blogs

    March 25, 2009

    Now, Even More Questions Than Answers in Fight Over Sniper's Perch

    Earlier this afternoon, I spoke with Joel Elliott, the Canton-based attorney for Caruth Byrd, who, for the last two years, has been embroiled in a contentious legal battle with Aubrey Mayhew over which man owns the actual sniper's perch lifted long ago from the Texas School Book Depository. Alas, as ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 24, 2009

    Case Not Closed: One of the Men at Center of the JFK "Sniper's Perch" Lawsuit Has Died.

    The case of Caruth C. Byrd v. Aubrey Mayhew -- so named for the two men fighting over the infamous "sniper's perch" long ago removed from the Texas School Book Depository -- was scheduled to go to trial last month. But as you may recall, it was delayed until April 15, as the 81-year-old Mayhew was ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 23, 2009

    Yet Again, Taking Aim at the "Sniper's Perch" -- This Time, in a Dallas Courtroom

    Had it not been for an e-mail Parris Mayhew sent to local media on Thursday, The Case of the Sniper's Perch might have gone unnoticed till too late. Caruth C. Byrd v. Aubrey Mayhew -- so named for the two men who've claimed since forever to possess the infamous window removed from the Texas School B ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 16, 2007

    Sniper's Perch a Real Dutch Treat

    So, this is the person who bought the so-called "sniper's perch" from Caruth Byrd off eBay: "r.seydel" from the Netherlands. And R. wasn't cheap with his or her bid, either: $3,001,501 is what the alleged window from the former Texas School Book Depository sold for, after more than a week's worth of ... More >>

  • News

    February 15, 2007

    Clear as Glass

    The latest mystery in the JFK legacy is...a window?

  • Blogs

    February 14, 2007

    A Killing off Kennedy

    On Friday at 11:43 a.m. Central Standard Time, someone will be the new owner of the sniper's perch from the Texas School Book Depository from which Lee Harvey Oswald (allegedly, whatever) shot and killed President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. At least, that is how a window and frame are bei ... More >>

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    November 27, 1997