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CNN Phone Interview (Part Four) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks to Brad Johnson - 4/11/2012
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PART FOUR NOTES - NINA ROMAN RHODES - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012
      


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PLEASE NOTE THAT IN QUOTING NINA RHODES-HUGHES FROM HER RECORDED PHONE INTERVIEWS, NINA GRANTED US PERMISSION TO FIX SOME OF HER QUOTES AS DESCRIBED BELOW IN THIS EMAIL EXCHANGE WITH HER . . .
 
       
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From: Johnson, Brad (TBS)
Sent: Wed 4/18/2012 12:33 PM
To: Nina Hughes
Subject: RE: Nina Rhodes-Hughes quotes for CNN.com article
 
Thanks Nina,
 
Brad



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From: Nina Hughes [mailto:vancorvah@drhughes.ca]
Sent: Wed 4/18/2012 12:06 PM
To: Johnson, Brad (TBS)
Subject: RE: Nina Rhodes-Hughes quotes for CNN.com article
   
Hi Brad:  Yes.  You may remove the brackets.  It is all correct.  Thank you again for all that you are so dedicated to achieve in bringing justice to this awful tragedy.
   
I will be on my cel for the rest of the day.
   
Best
 
Nina



From: Johnson, Brad (TBS) [mailto:Brad.Johnson@turner.com]
Sent: April 18, 2012 8:58 AM
To: vancorvah@drhughes.ca
Subject: Nina Rhodes-Hughes quotes for CNN.com article
  
Nina,
      
Below are just a few of the many quotes from your tape-recorded CNN phone interviews that we are planning to run in the upcoming CNN.com article. 
 
We are listing these few below for you to look over because, for these particular ones, we have had to insert brackets containing a few extra words of our own for purposes of story flow and/or clarification.
 
With your permissioin, we would like to remove the brackets in the Nina quotes listed below but keep the words currently contained within those brackets.  Doing that will make those words, currently in brackets, part of your official quotes -- that is, it will make them your words.  But we will only remove the brackets that you see below, making those bracketed words as your own words, with your granted permission.
  
Among Nina's reasons for speaking to CNN about the RFK assassination:  “I think (to) assist me in healing -- although you’re never 100 percent healed from that. But more important to bring justice.”
   
“For me it’s hopeful (and) sad that it’s only coming out now instead of before -- but at least now instead of never.”
    
Among Nina's responses to what the 1968 FBI report claims, which is currently being quoted in federal court papers by California Attorney General Kamala Harris:  “I never said (eight shots).  I never, never said it.  But if the attorney general is saying it (then) she’s going according to what the FBI chose to put into their report.”
                 
“When they say only eight (shots), the anger within me is so great that I practically -- I get very emotional because it is so untrue.  It is so untrue.”
                      
“During all of that time, there are shots coming to my right.  (People are) falling around me.  I see a man sliding down a wall.  (I see Senator Kennedy lying on the floor, bleeding.)  And I remember screaming, ‘Oh no!  Oh, my God, no!’  And the next thing I know, I’m ducking but also in complete shock as to what’s going on.  And then I passed out.” 
 
Thanks Nina,
 
Brad