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Kennedy: Myth and Reality (Part I) #287830

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 1983
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(Studio) Assassination of John F. Kennedy 20 years ago this month in Dallas, Texas, recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Questions remaining from Warren Commission's investigation of Lee Harvey Oswald's assassination of Kennedy reviewed; films of that era shown. [PEOPLE - believe others were involved in shooting.] [Gerald FORD - notes conclusions of Warren Commission's 1964 report.] [Representative Louis STOKES - cites opposite conclusions of 1979 House Committee on Assassinations.] Basis of conspiracy finding explained. [Representative Harold SAWYER - believes committee's conspiracy findings were erroneous.] John Connally recalled wounded in shooting. [Warren Commission member John Sherman COOPER - recalls commission's concern over Oswald's association with Cuba and USSR ; mentions Fidel Castro.] CIA's plots to assassinate Castro recalled not known by Warren Commission at the time. [Frank CHURCH - cites lack of evidence for conspiracy theory, but wonders

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:05:50

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