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JFK: 40 Years Later / Conspiracy Theories (Part II) #742268

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The view of "Rush to Judgment" author Mark Lane† about a conspiracy in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 40 years ago presented. [LANE - says when his book came out two-thirds of the American people believed in a conspiracy; offers a sarcastic view of the single bullet theory.] [Commission member Gerald FORD - says the commission found Lee Harvey Oswald was the shooter & there was no evidence of a conspiracy.] [Senator Arlen SPECTER - defends the single bullet theory.] [CBS News Walter CRONKITE†- comments on the "motivation factor" involving Cuba's Fidel Castro.] ["Case Closed" author Gerald POSNER†- outlines the view of the conspiracy theorists.]

Brown, Aaron

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