Jack Lawrence: reports of my muddy clothes and vomiting are greatly exaggerated.
Oliver Stone put Jack Lawrence in the sewer on the North side of Elm. Tosh Plumlee describes his own position with Sergio on the South Knoll, after which the latter muddied his clothes:While on the south knoll, Sergio and I were attempting to evaluate the most logical places where shooters might be located, but everything was confused, the timing was off, team members were late getting into position. They were not where they were supposed to be and the limited radio contacts that we had with them were not working, or spotty at best. It was soon after our arrival that the motorcade arrived. When the shots rang out, I had the impression of 4 or 5 shots, with one being fired from behind and to my left on the South Knoll, near the underpass and south parking lot. While leaving via the south side of the underpass near the train tracks, Sergio and I smelled gunpowder. I never saw Roselli in Dealey Plaza that day.
We were picked up on the back side of the underpass, southwest side, by a person who had previously been at the Country Club. After driving away, and on the way back to Red Bird we stopped in the parking lot of Ed McLemore's Sportatorium, where Sergio changed out of the clothes he had muddied when he fell down the slippery west side of the railroad tracks.
ROBERT "TOSH" PLUMLEE DECLARATION
Jack Lawrence is mentioned in Double Cross and JFK and Sam as having been sent by Marcello with Harrelson.
Lawrence got the job at the dealership with false references out of New Orleans (Marcello's territory), sold no cars, and checked out of the YMCA November 30.
Jack Lawrence, just another misunderstood member of The Village People.