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Shaw Trial / Warren Commission Conflicts #444275

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1969
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(Studio) Prosecution nears end of case in Clay Shaw conspiracy trial.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(New Orleans, Louisiana) University Kansas pathologist, Dr. John Nichols, says bullet which hit former Governor John Connally couldn't have been as intact as Warren Commission Report said. Assassination witness Richard Carr told jury he heard 4 shots come from grassy knoll in front of President John F. Kennedy's car. Carr says he saw 3 men come running from Book Depository Building FBI asked him to be quiet about it. District Attorney Jim Garrison questioned him. Former lounge hostess, Mrs. Jessie Park, says man signed guest register in 1966 as Clay Bertrand. Identified Shaw as Bertrand.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn (WDSU-TV) Artist: Leo Hershfield

Huntley, Chet

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