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Oswald #67030

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 14, 1980
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(Studio) Dallas county medical examiner said possibly exhuming body of man accused of killing John F. Kennedy.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Dallas, Texas) Rapid burial of Lee Harvey Oswald after his murder recalled; films shown. [British author Michael EDDOWES - comments on evidence.] FBI director J. Edgar Hoover recalled 1st raising the possibility of an Oswald imposter; details given; discrepancies between Oswald's Marine records and autopsy report outlined. [Former assassination committee chairperson Louis STOKES - comments.] Mortician who embalmed Oswald's body quoted with regard to condition of body now.

O'Brien, Tim;
Robinson, Max

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