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SECRET SERVICE ITEMS

 

 Official Secret Service Lighter from President Bush's administration 

This is a rare hard to find official Secret Service Zippo from the first President Bush administration. I also have a Secret service lighter from the Clinton administration SOLD

 

Secret Service Presentation Medal

This is a very nice 3" Secret Service Star presentation medal. $50.00

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Secret Service Stars

This is a very nice large Secret Service Star Gift in it's original presentation Box. One Silver in color in a green box and one gold in color in a red box. $50.00 ea. Same Star in Sterling Silver $100.00

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Secret Service Sterling Silver Star

Similar to the Secret Service Star above but this gift star was done in Sterling Silver. This is my last one and I am unlikely to be able to get any more as these have not been available  for about 20 years.  $100.00

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Secret Service Lapel Pin

This is a very nice Secret Service Lapel Pin from the Reagan administration. The Pin say U.S. Secret Service Uniform Division with the Presidential Seal over the White House. $25.00

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Secret Service Air Force One Patch

Rare Secret Service Air Force One Protection Division Patch. $25.00

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Secret Service Patches

Rare United States Secret Service Protective Division Staff Patch from Reagan Ranch. SOLD

 

Secret Service Patches

Rare United States Secret Service Protective Division. From Ford, Reagan, Presidential campaigns & Conventions, Presidential Inaugurations and The Presidential Limo. $15.00 each.

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White House Police Combat Match Patch

Rare 1964 White house Police Combat Match Patch $25.00

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Secret Service Lapel Pins

Rare United States Secret Service lapel pins. This collection of pens came directly from a former Secret Service agent involved with executive protection on The White House detail. $5.00 each.

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Special Agent George W. Hickey Collection

I recently acquired many items from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. Special Agent Hickey was a Secrete Service Agent assigned to executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to President Kennedy ill fated motorcade that ended with the death of a President and the end of an era.

 

A Short History of Special Agent George Hickey

George Hickey was born in 1923. He became a member of the Secret Service working for the White House in Washington. During the motorcade tour of Dallas on 22nd November, 1963, Hickey was in the follow-up car, directly behind the presidential limousine. When President John F. Kennedy was shot he rose to his feet with his AR-15 machine gun but did not fire it.

 

Winston G. Lawson claimed: "As the lead car was passing under this bridge I heard the first loud, sharp report and in more rapid succession two more sounds like gunfire. I could see persons to the left of the motorcade vehicles running away. I noticed Agent Hickey standing up in the follow-up car with the automatic weapon and first thought he had fired at someone." The following day Hickey was quick to deny he fired a shot. He issued a statement: "After a very short distance I heard a loud report which sounded like a firecracker. It appeared to come from the right and rear and seemed to me to be at ground level. I stood up and looked to my right and rear in an attempt to identify it. Nothing caught my attention except people shouting and cheering." Tim McIntyre, the Secret Service Agent standing next to him at the time also confirmed there was no shot.

The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms.


In Mortal Error: The Shot that Killed JFK, published in 1992, Bonar Menninger argues that Kennedy was killed by Hickey. He claimed that after the first shot, he stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. According to Menninger: "Hickey reaches down and grabs the AR-15 off the floor, flips off the safety and stands up on the seat, preparing to return fire. But his footing is precarious. The follow-up car hits the brakes or speeds up. Hickey begins to swing the gun around to draw a bead on Oswald, but he loses his balance. He begins to fall. And the barrel happens to be pointing toward Kennedy's head. And the gun happens to go off."

In April, 1995, George Hickey sued St. Martin's Press about what was said about him in the book, Mortal Error: The Shot that Killed JFK. His lawyer, Mark S. Zaid: "We're trying to stop this now while Hickey's still alive... He doesn't want his grandchildren growing up and hearing other children say, Hey, your grandfather killed the president of the United States." According to Zaid: "We settled the case then but only if it included an apology from the publisher that would send the message to most reasonable people that the theory was flawed."

George Hickey died in 2011. Aware that he could no longer be sued, Bonar Menninger worked with Colin McLaren, a veteran Australian police detective, to make a documentary, JFK: The Smoking Gun, repeating the claims.

 

Secret Service White House ID Pin

Used and Owned by Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy White House era Secret Service White House identification pin from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. This pin shows some signs of actually have been warn but it is in very good condition for its age please see photos. They are gold fairly large I include the photo of the pin being offered sitting on a Kennedy White House matchbook for size comparison they are not included. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $100.00

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Kennedy White House Vice Presidential Tie bar with Gift Box

Used and Owned by Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy White House era Vice Presidential tie bar from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The tie bar shows some signs of actually have been warn but it is in very good condition for its age please see photos. It also comes with its original Gift box which is in very good condition but the filler is probably not original.  Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not encluded however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $100.00

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Kennedy White House Vice Presidential Lighter with Gift Box

Used and Owned by Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy White House era Vice Presidential Lighter from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The lighter appears to have been unused and both the lighter and its original box are in amazing condition for their age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not encluded however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $150.00

 

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Kennedy White House Matchbook

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy White House era Secret Service White House Matchbook from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The matchbook appears to have been unused but shows signs of  age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $55.00

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Early Air Force One Matchbook

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Air Force One Matchbook from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The matchbook appears to have been unused but shows signs of  age please see photos. This is full book of matches. These are the oldest matchbooks I have seen to feature a picture of the first Jet used exclusively to be the Presidential Aircraft. This was the same jet first just by President Kennedy and the same Jet that latter flew his body back to Washington and on which LBJ was sworn in as President so its a important peace of American history. The biggest difference in this matchbook from the latter version is it does not have the word Aboard before Air Force One which was a tradition used on Air Force One matchbooks started during LBJ administration. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $55.00

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Kennedy White House Mess Matchbook

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy White House era Secret Service White House Matchbook from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The matchbook appears to have been unused but shows signs of  age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $55.00

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Secret Service used Government Pen

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy era government issued used pen used byThe Secret Service as well as other government agencies from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The matchbook appears to have been unused but shows signs of  age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $15.00

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Secret Service used Government Pen

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Kennedy era government issued used pen used by The Secret Service as well as other government agencies from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. This is the same type of pen listed above however this one shows more age please see photo Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortently made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card. $10.00

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After Kennedy's death Hickey continued to work for The White has executive protection division and during this time he worked extensively with Vice President Hubert Humphrey and I have acquired many thing from his estate from this time.

 

Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey Gift Bracelet

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Humphrey Ladies Gift Vice Presidential Seal charm bracelet from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The bracelet has the old Vice Presidential Seal on one Side and HHH for Hubert Horatio Humphrey on the other side. It is in good condition for its age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortunately made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for reference and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card.  $35.00

 

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Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey Gift gifts Lot A

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

These are actual Humphrey Vice Presidential gifts from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The set includes a blank signed Vice Presidential Gallery Pass. Two pens one with The Vice Presidential Seal and Vice President Humphrey's signature on it and one very rare (in fact I have only ever seen 4) small pen for his wife with her signature on it. Both pens look good but are very good and no longer work. One Vice President Humphrey photo caed and one Pin from his ill fated run for Presidency. One Air Force Two unused matchbook. They are in good condition for their age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortunately made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card.  $100.00

 

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Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey Gift gifts Lot B

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

These are actual Humphrey Vice Presidential gifts from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The set includes a blank signed Vice Presidential Gallery Pass. Two pens one with The Vice Presidential Seal and Vice President Humphrey's signature on it and one very rare (in fact I have only ever seen 4) small pen for his wife with her signature on it. Both pens look good but are very good and no longer work. One Vice President Humphrey photo card and one Pin from his ill fated run for Presidency.  They are in good condition for their age please see photos. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortunately made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card.  $75.00

 

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Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey Gift gifts Lot C

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

These are actual Humphrey Vice Presidential gifts from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey. The set includes a blank signed Vice Presidential Gallery Pass look like it may be a secretarial signature. Two pens one with The Vice Presidential Seal and Vice President Humphrey's signature on it and one very rare (in fact I have only ever seen 4) small pen for his wife with her signature on it. The vice Presidential pen looks good but there are several marks as can been seen in the photo on the smaller pen belonging to his wife. Both pens no longer work.  Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortunately made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card.  $50.00

 

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Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey Gift Pen

From the estate of Special Agent George Hickey

This is an actual Humphrey Vice Presidential gift pen from the estate of Special Agent George W. Hickey.  The Vice Presidential gift pen looks good but no longer works. Special Agent George W. Hickey was a Secret Service Agent assigned for executive protection for The Kennedy White House and he was assigned to the lead follow up car on the fateful Dallas motorcade on  22 Nov 1963. The Warren Commission reported: "Special Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., in the rear seat of the Presidential follow-up car, picked up and cocked an automatic rifle as he heard the last shot. At this point the cars were speeding through the underpass and had; left the scene of the shooting, but Hickey kept the automatic weapon ready as the car raced to the hospital. Most of the other Secret Service agents in the motorcade had drawn their sidearms. What has unfortunately made George Hickey famous and what will forever tie him to the end of Camelot is that he was accused of being the person responsible for the Death of President Kennedy by Bonar Menninger in both a book called Mortal error and later a documentary titled JFK The Smoking Gun. He claimed that after the first shot, Hickey stood up and lost his balance, and accidentally discharging his gun into the back of Kennedy’s head. The photos of the Hickey are just for refrense and are not included however I am including a copy of Special Agent George Hickey's Executive Office building ID Tag as well as his Association of Retired Secret Service Agents ID Card.  $25.00

 

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