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Second Assassination Try / Moore #242078

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 24, 1975
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(Studio) Rptd. Sara Jane Moore tipped off federal authorities with regard to illegal gun traffic 24 hrs. before she fired gun at President Ford.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) Can't purchase gun in California if convicted felon, narcotics addict, illegal alien or ex-inmate mental institution Person must be over 21 and California resident. Legal for person to buy gun from private owner. Moore bought her guns from gun collector.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Danville, California) [Gun collector Mark FERNWOOD - says Moore said she bought gun Monday for friend. Appeared normal.] California governor signs bill incring. penalties for criminal use of guns and making it harder to purchase handgun from dealer. Citizens may still buy from others.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

(Studio) "Washington Star" reports when Moore was 20 year old WAC, she was found near White House suffering from amnesia. May have been married 3 times and had 3 children other than son living with her.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Dow, Harold;
Wagner, Richard

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