Weekend Review: Thailand Demonstrations, Kennedy Assassination, Halcion, Powell Retrial, Carson #586712
NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 23, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Clash between the army and demonstrators in Thailand and plans of Prime Minister Suchinda Kraprayoon to go into exile; public report from the doctors who performed the autopsy on President John F. Kennedy; decision by government panel on the sleeping drug Halcion; announcement that policeman Laurence Powell will be retried in Los Angeles for the beating of Rodney King and last appearance of Johnny Carson as host of "The Tonight Show" reviewed; representative scenes from each story shown.
- Utley, Garrick
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