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JFK Assassination Hearings - Larry Sturdivan (Conclusion)

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Cannon House Office Building
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1978  (Actual Year)
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12:24:40 - 12:28:12
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Host SANFORD UNGAR voices over hearing room shot a summary of the day's testimony, the shot then changes to him, introduces panel members Professor JACOB COHEN of Brandeis University and DAVID LIFTON, Warren Commission Critic, and they briefly discuss day's testimony, namely conclusions about JFK's head movement.

JFK Assassination Hearings - Dr. Vincent P. Guinn (Conclusion)

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459684_1_7
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Cannon House Office Building
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17:10:48 - 17:14:52
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(17:10:58) Stokes adjourns the hearings (17:11:05) Hearings host SANDFORD UNGAR voices over committee shot to sum up afternoon's testimony of Guinn, shot soon after switches to him and after concluding his summary of the testimony he introduces panel members Professor JACOB COHEN of Brandeis University and DAVID LIFTON Warren Commission critic who give differing opinions about the significance of Guinn's testimony (17:14:10) Ungar closes out the hearing (17:14:33) Shot of almost empty hearing room (17:14:43) PBS funding credit

JFK Assassination Hearings - The end of Cyril H. Wecht

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459625_1_1
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Cannon House Office Building
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Shot opens to Dr. CYRIL H. WECHT giving the end of his closing statement in which he hopes that though the odds are against his analysis of the JFK assassination his testimony will be strongly considered by the committee, testimony that strongly questions the single bullet theory and suggest more than one assassin were involved (18:09:06) Committee Chair Mr. STOKES thanks Wecht (18:10:51) Committee adjourn until tomorrow (18:18:09) Hearings host SANFORD UNGAR voices over zoom out from committee that this closes a long day of testimony (18:11:40) Ungar sums up the day's testimony, all of which has been Wecht's contestation of the committee's panel of forensic pathologist findings - that there were more than three shots fired at the motorcade based on the bullets' trajectories (18:11:52) Ungar introduces his panel JEREMIAH O'LEARY from the Washington Star and DAVID LIFTON a critic of the Warren Commission - they discuss if Wecht has disproved the single bullet theory (18:12:38) Ungar closes out coverage (18:14:21) Shot changes to wide shot of court room with people filing out (18:14:33) Black Screen (18:14:40) Funding credits (18:14:45)
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