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Shaw Trial / Def. Presents Case #3940

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 21, 1969
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(Studio) Defense presents case in Clay Shaw trial. Widow of Lee Harvey Oswald testifies.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Judge Edward Haggerty denies Defense motion for not guilty verdict. Marina Oswald Porter says to her knowledge Oswald didn't know David Ferrie or Clay Shaw. Mrs. Porter tells of New Orleans life with Oswald. Says he was neat. Contradicts prosecution's claim Oswald spent free time with Ferrie and he had beard. Defense Attorney F. Irvin Dymond to try and tear down prosecution's claim that Shaw knew Oswald.
REPORTER: Don Farmer Artist: Charles Kavenagh

Reporter(s):
Farmer, Don;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:01:30

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