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House Assassinations Committee / Kennedy Hearings #55664

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 13, 1978
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(Studio) Testimony of Lee Harvey Oswald's widow, Marina Oswald Porter, to House Assassinations Committee in hearings on John F. Kennedy murder reported.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) [Mrs. PORTER - describes feelings on hearing of Kennedy assassination. Recalls hoping it wasn't husband.] Her testimony about Oswald's actions prior to assassination outlined. Photos shown. [Mrs. PORTER - describes Oswald's attire when leaving apt. with rifle. Recalls conversation after Oswald claimed he shot at Major General Edwin Walker. Mentions Hitler.] Other testimony about Oswald's actions during visit to Dallas by Richard Nixon, his comments about Kennedy and about Fidel Castro noted. [Mrs. PORTER - says Oswald was admirer of Castro.] [Representative Richardson PREYER - asks for her opinion on whether or not Oswald killed Kennedy.] [Mrs. PORTER - isn't qualified to make judgment about husband's whole character.] Further testimony by Mrs. Porter reported scheduled.

Hume, Brit;
Reynolds, Frank

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