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Kennedy Assassination / Sealed Data #340720

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 12, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(New York: Regina Blakely) Movement to expedite the release of sealed data on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, currently scheduled to be released in 2029, featured; scenes shown of director Oliver Stone viewing an excerpt of his film "JFK" which alleges a government plot in Kennedy's assassination; November 1963 footage of the assassination, 1964 footage of accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald shown. [Congressman Lewis STOKES - talks about sealed data.] [On December 13, 1991, STONE - talks about "JFK".] Warren Commission and Stokes House committee assassination investigation results noted. [Senator Edward KENNEDY - comments.]

Blakely, Regina;
Chung, Connie

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