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Kennedy Assassination: 25 Years Later (Part III) #318929

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: David Martin) Possible role of Cuba's leader Fidel Castro in John F. Kennedy's assassination discussed. Warren Commission's investigation mentioned. [Warren Commission member David BELIN - says there had been CIA plots against Castro.] Vice President John Rockefeller noted forcing CIA to admit that plot against Castro existed. [Ex-Castro aide Rolando CUBELO - (thru translator) discusses plot and then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy's approval of plan.] Cubelo's subsequent imprisonment by Castro noted. Castro's interview with Associated Press reporter Dan. Harker quoted. [HARKER - comments on Lee Harvey Oswald's activities in New Orleans, Louisiana.] [BELIN - comments on Oswald.] [House assassinations committee spokesperson Michael GOLDSMITH - comments on defected Cuban agent Luisa Calderon's relationship with Oswald and CIA's anti-Castro plots.] [French journalist Jean DANIELLE - (thru translator) recalls Castro's reaction to news of Kennedy's death.] Oswald's murder of Dallas police officer. J.D. Tippit and his arrest discussed. [Warren Commission member David SLAWSON - says Oswald was heading toward Cuba when apprehended.] Robert Kennedy's assertions to then-CIA director John McCone recalled. [Ex-Senate Intelligence Counsel spokesperson F.A.O. SCHWARZ, Junior - comments.] CIA's keeping anti-Castro plots from Warren Commission noted undermining organization's credibility.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Next part of series announced; reporter Bill McLaughlin mentioned. Broadcast of "4 Days in November" announced.

Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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