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John F. Kennedy Assassination / Theories #34823

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 1975
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(Studio) 12 years ago, President John F. Kennedy assassinated on November 22.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Dallas, Texas) Photos shown of assassination aftermath. Official explanations of events no longer carry much weight.
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

(New Haven, Connecticut) [Dick GREGORY - says Lee Harvey Oswald sent letter to FBI telling of plans to kill President It was destroyed.] Gregory shown at Quinnipiac College.
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

(Dallas, Texas) [Ex-prosecutor William ALEXANDER - says this sort of thing causes kooks to crawl out of woodwork.] He's prosecutor who would have tried Oswald. [ALEXANDER - cites morbid fascination with political assassinations.] [Assassination researcher Mary FERRELL - looks for document.] Ferrell keeps $25,000 collection of books and documents on assassination. Some of books and authors noted.
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

(DC) [Committee to investigate assassinations, attorney Bernard FENSTERWALD - says consensus of physical evidence will show more than 1 firing at Dealey Plaza. Public pressure being built up about issue; truth may come out.] Took longer than 1 day for national skepticism to build to point it is now.
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

Reasoner, Harry;
Schoumacher, David

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