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Shaw Trial / Acquittal Denied / Def. Begins #444332

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 21, 1969
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(Studio) Defense begins case, after Judge Edward Haggerty denies defense motion to declare Clay Shaw innocent.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Judge denies Defense Attorney F. Irvin Dymond's motion for acquittal. Lee Harvey Oswald's widow, Mrs. Marina Oswald Porter, testifies. Marina says Oswald didn't know Shaw, David Ferrie or Perry Russo. Says she didn't know much about Oswald while they lived in New Orleans. Shaw made trip to West Coast in November of 1963. Shaw's former boss and secretary says Shaw planned trip long before President Kennedy planned to go to Dallas.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn (WDSU-TV) Artist: Leo Hershfield

Huntley, Chet

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