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Kennedy Assassination Anniversary #336033

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 22, 1991
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(Dallas: Dan Rather) The mystery around the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 28 years ago reviewed; scenes shown from the 1963 motorcade through Dallas and of the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby. [At gathering of assassination buffs, three MEN - offer three theories.] Clips shown from producer Oliver Stone's film "JFK", based on a book by former New Orleans district attorney, Jim Garrison, who once tried a man for conspiring to kill Kennedy. [Local reporter Rosemary JAMES - calls Garrison's book garbage.] [While clips are shown from Kennedy's life, essayist/playwright Roger ROSENBLATT - outlines the Kennedy myth.]

Rather, Dan

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