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Eye On America (Remembering John F. Kennedy) #369660

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 29, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Remembering President John F. Kennedy presented; scenes shown from Arlington National Cemetery, where a wreath was laid on JFK's grave on what would have been his 79th birthday. The story behind the newly discovered 16 mm film of various scenes in Dallas taken on the day JFK was assassinated featured; excerpts shown from the film. [Helen ANDERSON, Janet PEACY - talk about the film they had in their closet.] [Assassination review board Tom SAMELOT, historian Richard TRASK, John TUNEHEIM - comment on the film.]

(Washington: Eric Engberg) The conspiracy theory surrounding the assassination briefly discussed and now-famous scenes of the site of the assassination shown. [Dallas sheriff Jim VOLES, Sixth Floor Museum Gary MACK - say they do not believe there was a conspiracy.]

Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan

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