Henry B. Gonzalez
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|Henry B. Gonzalez|
|Born||Enrique Barbosa González|
San Antonio, Texas, USA
|Died||2000-11-28 (Age 84)|
San Antonio, Texas
|Children|| • Eight children|
• Charlie Gonzalez
|Spouse||Bertha Cuellar Gonzáles|
Henry B. Gonzalez is listed as a personal inspiration by Richard E. Sprague.
House Select Committee on Assassinations
On 2nd February, 1978, Gonzalez replaced Thomas N. Downing as chairman of the House Select Committee on Assassinations. Gonzalez immediately sacked Richard Sprague as chief counsel. Sprague claimed that only the fill committee had the power to dismiss him. Walter E. Fauntroy agreed with Sprague and launched a campaign to keep him as chief counsel. On 1st March, Gonzalez resigned describing Sprague as "an unconscionable scoundrel".
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