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Reel Number: 221223-05
Color: Black and White
Sound: SIL and SD
Year / Date: 1954
TC Begins: 05:17:23
TC Ends: 05:22:03
McCarthy-Army Hearings, Welch Takes Oath Washington DC Joseph Welch, w/ Stevens sitting next to him, holding large picture of two military (David Shine?) & Sec. Robert Stevens beside military plane. “Its an original, un-doctored piece of evidence.” Jenkins (?) responds. Robert Kennedy sitting behind. 05:18:05 McCarthy asks for 3rd man to be identified, Welch should be put under oath to explain how it was doctored. Chairman asks McCarthy to speak to Point of Order. McCarthy: “Mr. Chairman, may I suggest that before I start to say something that I not be interrupted in the middle of a sentence; and that Mr. Symington and no one else has the right to interrupt unless they address the chair and the chair recognizes them.” 05:19:19 McCarthy holding two photographs side by side. Responded by Sec Stevens who had asked for a picture of alone w/ Schine; and he’s proven that what he was given simply had a 3rd person cropped off. McCarthy asks if it matters; Stevens says: “...tremendously. Because it means someone is going to edit the information that is going to come before this committee.” 05:20:34 McCarthy: “who is that..” Stevens: “I don’t know; it might be Senator McCarthy.” (laughter & applause). Jenkins questioning Roy Cohn. 05:21:08 Welch: “Are you close enough to the picture so you would like to qualify that statement, I would say its a grim picture of Sec. Stevens. Cohn responds... “Not so fast Mr. Cohn, not so fast...” Cohn responds. “Welch: “My question was a simple one... End of out. McCarthyism; Cold War; Anti-Communism; Anti-Communist; Doctoring of Photographs; Evidence; Cross-examination; ca 1954; Senate Committee Hearing;
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