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Kennedy Assassination: 25 Years Later (Part IV) #318950

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 17, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Moscow, USSR : Bill McLaughlin) Connection of Lee Harvey Oswald, man who assassinated John F. Kennedy, to KGB in USSR examined. [In 1959, OSWALD - announces defection to USSR .] [Reporter Priscilla Johnson McMILLAN - recalls Oswald's reasons for defection.] Oswald's life in USSR discussed. [Intelligence analyst Martin McCAULEY - comments on possibility that Oswald was training for KGB.] Oswald's marriage to Marina Prusakova discussed. Oswalds noted leaving for United States shortly after their marriage. [McMILLAN - comments.] Scenes shown from "Yuri Nosenko", "KGB"; factors linking Oswald to KGB listed. [Ex-CIA director William COLBY - comments.] [McCAULEY - comments on Nosenko.] [COLBY - says USSR would not assassinate United States president] Winston Churchill quoted with regard to USSR .

(Studio: Dan Rather) "4 Days in November" broadcast announced.

McLaughlin, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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