On Saturday night, February 11, 1967, KTTV-TV
(Channel 11) in Los Angeles, California, aired a heated debate between lawyers Mark Lane and Louis Nizer.
The focus of the debate was the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Warren Commission's conclusions concerning that crime.
Albert E. Jenner also participated in the debate. Jenner served as an assistant counsel member during the Warren Commission's 1964 investigation.
Two audio-only versions of the 1967 KTTV program are available below, the first of which consists of 32 minutes of highlights from the debate. The second version contains the complete 91-minute program.