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  • Writer's pictureFred Litwin

Why Marina Was Interested in her Husband's Innocence

Here is an article that appeared across the United States when Robert Groden started showing the Zapruder film in February, 1975:

The Atlanta Journal, February 5, 1975

Note the quote above from Marina's husband, Kenneth Porter:

Porter said Monday his wife is interested in any development that would absolve her former husband of Kennedy's murder "for the sake of the kids."
But concerning Groden's claims, Porter said his wife "has no positive feelings either way to the best of my understanding."

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