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Dan Rather reports from JFK shooting scene

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
Nov. 23, 1963: CBS News correspondent Dan Rather reports from outside the Texas School Book Depository at the corner of Houston and Elm – the site where JFK was shot. Crowds have gathered and a memorial marks the spot of the tragedy.
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