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August 23, 1983: Statement of Joe Bullock to Prince (P.E) Beasley

Note: Translation of document following the scanned pages
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: August 23, 1983: Statement of Joe Bullock to Prince (P.E) Beasley, p. 1

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: August 23, 1983: Statement of Joe Bullock to Prince (P.E) Beasley, p. 2

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: August 23, 1983: Statement of Joe Bullock to Prince (P.E) Beasley, p. 3

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: August 23, 1983: Statement of Joe Bullock to Prince (P.E) Beasley, p. 4

Note: Translation of the document as I read it to me
(Spelling, punctuation and grammar preserved)

8-23-83

"Joe Bullock,
reaffirmed his statement to me made as followers that on the night of Feb 17th 1970 he was in the Dunkin Do Nuts about 1:15 A.M. to 1:30 A.M., about as close as he could come to the time that he was sitting in a booth with Allen (illegible) and Jody Bunch that he saw Helena Stoeckley come into the place and was looking around she appeared to be under the influence of something. She was with Greg Mitchell, Gary Mitchell and a black man known to me as Zig-Zag, the black man had on a field jacket with"

page 2

"E 6 stripes three stripes on the top and one the bottom. the four of them sat in a booth together, Helena next to the window they began to talk in a hushed type of voice that I could not hear. I noticed an old yellow faded out car in front of the Do nut shop. it had other people sitting in the car and some was walking around looking around and talking. I can not recall who they were. Stoeckley and the group she was with sat and talked about 10 or 15 minutes, then Greg Mitchell stood and said lets get on with it. they then left the place and went out and got into the faded out car. Gary Fosters at that time owned an Blue Mustang car, that was jacked up in the back. the faded"

page 3

"out car had loud mufflers on it and you could hear out side of the do nut shop. from the inside. they then took off in the direction of fort Bragg after making a left turn on to Ft Bragg Blvd in the direction of Ft Bragg. Gary Fosters car was also parked in the parking lot at Dunkin Do nut. But I could not tell whether or not Fosters car left behind the faded out car or not. But I do know it was followed by another car. I didn't pay that much attention. But I did see some one sitting in Fosters car. I could not tell who they were. however, there were two people in Fosters car one was in the back and one in the front. I could not tell who they"

page 4

"The lighting was not that good where they were parked.

"This state ment I give to retired detective P.E. Beasley on my own free will and I have been made no promises or (illegible) in any way to do so."


"Signed

"Joe Bullock
"8-23-83"


Note from Christina Masewicz: First, Bullock stated Helen Stoeckley was with Greg Mitchell, Gary Mitchell and a black male named Zig-Zag.

Later on in the document he refers to Gary as Gary Fosters.

 

 

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