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Kennedy Assassination / AMA #344438

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 21, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) American Medical Association conclusions on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy featured; excerpt shown of the film "JFK". ["Journal of the American Medical Association" editor Dr. George LUNDBERG - says Kennedy was killed by two bullets fired from one rifle; adds that Warren Commission findings have been validated.] Historical footage of Kennedy; photos of Doctors James Humes and Thornton Boswell, who performed his autopsy; newsreel footage on the Warren Commission report on the assassination; footage of the murders of Lee Harvey Oswald and Kennedy shown. [Warren Commission counsel David BELLIN - says the truth will prevail; comments on conspiracy rumors.] ["JFK" director Oliver STONE - comments on American Medical Association conclusions.]

Rather, Dan

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