Senate Watergate Hearings- Commentary #1008757
CBS Special for Thursday, Jul 12, 1973
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Live CBS takes a station break during their coverage of the Senate Judiciary Committee investigation into the cover-up of the break-in at Democratic Party National Headquarters in the Watergate Office Building, Washington D.C. Commercial break: Nashville CBS affiliate WLAC-TV station identification; Revco Drug Centers photo finishing; Kraft Cracker Barrel Cheddar Cheese Spread; CBS anchor Nelson Benton explains that former Attorney General John Mitchell denies having any knowledge that someone tried to influence Judge Charles Ritchie and Mitchell also denies sending representatives to the United State Supreme Court to conduct negotiations. As CBS rejoins the hearings Committee Chief Counsel Sam Dash continues to question John Mitchell .
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