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Clay Shaw Report #212957

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 23, 1971
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(Studio) Hearing determines Clay Shaw's prosecution for perjury be halted. Shaw accused lying to jury in trial charging him with conspiracy in President Kennedy's assassination; Shaw acquitted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(New Orleans, Louisiana) [SHAW - says case old news. Ret. in 1965, trial defense costs mean find new job; not starving, but financial ruined compared to what had; no longer disbelief in trial events; now know unbelievable, but real; continue fighting in courts until vindicated.]
REPORTER: Foster Davis

Davis, Foster;
Mudd, Roger

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