Nightline Investigation: The KGB Oswald Files #646897
ABC Special for Friday, Nov 22, 1991
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ABC "Nightline" - Investigative report re: the USSR's KGB files on John F. Kennedy's assassin Lee Harvey Oswald with Ted Koppel (ABC), Forrest Sawyer (ABC), and National Public Radio analyst Daniel Schorr.
Taped segments with Sawyer, Oswald biographer Priscilla Johnson, excerpt of an interview with current KGB Chief Vadim Bakatin, KGB officer Valentin Kandurian, former Marine Mac Osborne, US embassy counsel Richard Snyder, Minsk radio factory librarian Vera Kuzniezova, trade union secretary Boris Lipkovich, Oswald coworkers in Minsk Marat Sazanovich, Pavel Gulavachev, Ivan Stankevich, and Ilya Kuniezova, hunting club president Eduard Tishkevich, Oswald girlfriend Ella Germaine, Erich Titovets, Marina Oswald's attorney William McKenzie, and author Christopher Andrew.
- Sawyer, Forrest
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