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  • Writer's pictureFred Litwin

Jim Garrison Hoped Clay Shaw Would Commit Suicide

New Orleans States-Item, February 25, 1967

Garrison actually thought that Shaw would commit suicide. Here is an excerpt from "Garrison vs. Shaw: The Big Melodrama in New Orleans" by Hugh Aynesworth from the second of five articles written for The Pittsburgh Press, February 3, 1969:

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