Mr. McCloy, may I have permission to ask this question of this witness?
McCloy referred to these deviations from policy as experiments "too limited to afford general conclusions."
Mr. McCloy is pointing to a mark along the right-hand side, a white mark along the bottom of the shadowgraph.
While he admitted important limitations in the performance of the units, McCloy nevertheless remained encouraged.
Even if the quota was meant as a floor rather than a ceiling, McCloy thought it objectionable.
Its report, McCloy concluded, should have put these matters beyond doubt.
At this point in the proceedings Mr. McCloy entered the hearing room.
Again, Mr. McCloy, I have no way of knowing the extent to which those particular cases would be called to my attention.
Just as a final thing, Mr. McCloy, would you like to see the Zapruder film?
We have covered in your answers to Mr. Dulles and Mr. McCloy a good deal of the material in here.