It was never quite clear whether Howard was working for Ruby or against him. The police department issued a report saying all patrol cars in the area, except Tippit's, were accounted for. They visited her at all hours of the day and night.
On March 27, 1965, Howard was taken to a hospital by an unidentified person and died there. The doctor, without benefit of an autopsy, said he had suffered a heart attack. Earlene complained of being "worried to death" by the police.
Hank was a big man, over six feet and weighing over 200 pounds. There is no mention of Killam by the Warren Commission.
After the assassination, federal agents visited him repeatedly causing him to lose one job after another. He was found later on a sidewalk in front of a broken window. A number of FBI documents on Killam relating to the assassination were withheld, along with documents prepared by the CIA.
Reynolds and his family were harassed and threatened. Johnson's rooming house at the same time Lee Harvey Oswald lived there.
But upon giving the Warren Commission a firm identification of Oswald as being the Tippit murder fugitive, he said, "I don't think they are going to bother me any more." Hank Killam was a house painter who lived at Mrs. His wife, Wanda, once pushed cigarettes and drinks at Jack Ruby's club.
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Jim Martin, a close friend of George Senator's, was also present at the apartment meeting.Killam was absorbed by the assassination, even obsessed. What is clear is that SOMEBODY considered Hank Killam a very important guy.Hours after the event, he came home, "white as a sheet." Wanda said he stayed up all night watching the television accounts of the assassination. Federal agents hounded him in Tampa, Florida where he was working selling cars at his brother-in-law's car lot. Killam wrote Wanda that he would be sending for her soon. William Whaley was known as the "Oswald Cabbie." He was one of the few who had the opportunity to talk alone with the accused killer of President Kennedy.Feeling helpful, he gave his name to a passing policeman and offered his cooperation. he was hesitant to definitely identify Oswald as the individual." Then it added, "He advised he is of the opinion Oswald is the person." Two days after Reynolds talked to the FBI, he was shot in the head.Television cameras zeroed in on him, got his story, and made him well known. He was closing up his used car lot for the night at the time. Later after consulting retired General Edwin Walker (the man Oswald allegedly shot at before he assassinated President Kennedy), he told the Warren Commission Counsel that Oswald was definitely the man he saw fleeing the Tippit murder scene. Darrell Wayne Garner had called a relative bragging that he shot Reynolds.He got hold of a picture showing the President's brains flying out of the car, and tried to sell it to magazine.