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Shaw Trial / Inaccurate Memo #3781

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 12, 1969
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(Studio) New Orleans prosecutor says memo dictated on Clay Shaw trial inaccurate. Memo based on Perry Russo interview.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Assistant District Attorney Andrew Sciambra is 1st to interview Russo; Russo claims Sciambra memo inaccurate. Chief prosecutor, James Alcock questioned him. Sciambra says no mention of alleged conspiratorial meeting between Shaw, David Ferrie, and Lee Harvey Oswald was in memo; mistake. Assistant District Attorney Alvin Oser fights with defense over Russo sanity. Judge allowed coroner's report that Russo was sane.
REPORTER: Don Farmer Artist: Charles Kavanagh

Farmer, Don;
Reynolds, Frank

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