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Assassination Committee / Sprague #492925

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 30, 1977
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(Studio) House votes to keep Assassination Committee probing Kennedy and King murders. 1 reason for vote is resignation of chief cnsl. Richard Sprague.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Details with regard to resignation noted. [Sam DEVINE - notes attitude of Representatives asked for support, with regard to Sprague's presence.] [Stewart McKINNEY - accepts resignation to save committee ] Feud of Henry Gonzalez with Sprague and comments of Robert Bauman with regard to committee noted. Future problems for committee outlined.
REPORTER: Ford Rowan Artist: Betty Wells

(Studio) Texas geologist George de Mohrenschildt was acquainted with Lee Harvey Oswald; when he learned committee investigator wanted to talk with him, de Mohrenschildt flew to Europe and then to house in Florida and there killed self. Probe of death conts.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Rowan, Ford

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