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Dallas County Administration Building JFK (1991)

Jim Garrison and Lou Ivon try to find out if Lee harvey Oswald did shoot Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Book Depository in Dallas, Texas.

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Napoleon House JFK (1991)

Jim Garrison and Lou Ivan are sitting in the restaurant watching the news unfold when Walter Cronkite tells the television audience that the President has died. ‘I am ashamed to be an American today,’ Garrison says.

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Girod Street JFK (1991)

Jim Garrison takes Lou Ivon and Bill Broussard with him to a location in New Orleans that might play an important part in the Kennedy assassination.

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Lafayette Square JFK (1991)

Jim Garrison takes Lou Ivon and Bill Broussard with him to another important location in New Orleans.

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Antoine's Restaurant JFK (1991)

Jim Garrison has lunch with his staff and a lot of interesting information is shared about Lee Harvey Oswald.

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Orleans Parish Criminal District Court JFK (1991)

Clay Shaw is being prosecuted by Jim Garrison.