ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1969
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(Studio) Prosecution says former Texas governor, John Connally, won't be called to testify in Clay Shaw trial. District Attorney Jim Garrison's office terms Connally hostile witness. On television talk shows Connally changes story that he gave to Warren Commission Dallas man says he heard 4 shots and some came from knoll in front of President John F. Kennedy's car. Pathologist says believes President could have been shot from front.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
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