CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 25, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Rome, Italy) Italian Judge Ilario Martella's findings that would-be papal assassin Mehmet Ali Agca acted in conjunction with Bulgarian agents Sergei Antonov, Todor Aivazov, Zhelyo Vassilev and four Turkish ntls. examined; scenes from May 13, 1981 assassination attempt shown. Agca's expected testimony, disputed by Antonov, outlined, discussed. Prosecutor Antonio Albano's assessment of trial quoted; question of KGB's possible role in plot considered.
REPORTER: Richard Roth
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