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Shaw Trial / Acquittal Denied / Def. Testimony #202236

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 21, 1969
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(Studio) Judge Edward Haggerty denies motion for Clay Shaw's acquittal. Defense calls Lee Harvey Oswald's widow to stand.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Marina Oswald Porter appears with new husband. Says nothing to reporter$. Marina calls husband loner when they lived in New Orleans. Says he was neat and clean shaven when they went out. Says she and husband never knew late David Ferrie. Oswald never mentioned Clay Shaw. Marina says couldn't account for Oswald while he was at work. President of Trade Mart, Lloyd Cobb, says Shaw always dressed conservatively at mart, where he worked. Perry Russo said he had seen Shaw in loud costume. Shaw's Secretary, Mrs. Goldie Moore, says Shaw extremely busy around assassination time. District Attorney Jim Garrison not present when Marina gave testimony.
REPORTER: Ed Rabel Artist: Kevin Haney

Cronkite, Walter;
Rabel, Ed

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