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John F. Kennedy Assassination / Zapruder Film #237850

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 25, 1975
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(Studio) CBS poll shows that 15% believe Warren Commission report on JFK assassination. CBS to broadcast study of commission's report tonight and tomorrow at 10 p.m. EST. From film of assassination shot by Abraham Zapruder, CBS concludes only 2 shots fired at President and both struck from behind. This fits the Warren Commission conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin. Zapruder film shown.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Texas) Once convicted of running guns to Castro, Robert Ray McKeown, shows reporter where Oswald and Latin friend visited him before assassination. [McKEOWN - says Oswald wanted to buy weapons from him. Told him he couldn't get involved again with arms. It was the assassin.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(New York) Warren Commission never heard from McKeown. FBI didn't hear that story, though they talked to McKeown. CBS finds that neither CIA or FBI involved with crime, but both covered up things they knew about Oswald.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Cronkite, Walter;
Rather, Dan

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