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Assassination Committee / Kennedy #48061

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 01, 1977
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(Studio) Assassination Committee hears testimony from Dutch journalist with regard to plot to kill John F. Kennedy.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Willem Oltmans testifies to House in secret but publicly says he'd been told of conspiracy to kill Kennedy, allegedly involving Texas oil interests, late H.L. Hunt, anti-Castro Cubans, Lee Harvey Oswald and George de Mohrenschildt, who committed suicide this week when committee tried to get him to testify. [OLTMANS - says de Mohrenschildt told him of conspiracy in Dallas in February] Representative Richardson Preyer is asked if Oltmans' story is believed. [PREYER - says

Reasoner, Harry

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