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Shaw Trial / West, Zapruder Testimony #202067

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 13, 1969
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(Studio) Testimony at Clay Shaw trial shifts to how District Attorney Jim Garrison claims President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, trying to link Clay Shaw with conspiracy.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Dallas Cnty. surveyor, Robert West, testifies; identifies 3 prosecution exhibits concerning Dealey Plaza where Kennedy was shot. West gave version of what occurred; heard 4 reports Abraham Zapruder, amateur photographer who shot film of assassination called as witness. Court and jury view film over defense protests. Garrison says his pictures will show Kennedy shot from front; believes different gunmen hit from different directions. Garrison attempts to prove Warren Cmsn. wrong.
REPORTER: Bob Evans Artist: Kevin Haney

Evans, Bob;
Mudd, Roger

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