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New York City / Goetz Trial #109701

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 13, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Betsy Aaron) Legal pts. which jury in subway gunman Bernhard Goetz's trial are deliberating reviewed; details given, scenes shown. [December 31, 1984, on police videotape, GOETZ - describes experience.] Justice Stephen Crane'sinstructions to jury quoted. [Prof. Gerald LYNCH - explains burden of proof on Goetz.] Condition of victim Darrel Cabey noted. Argument of defense attorney Barry Slotnick outlined; specific chgs. against Goetz listed on screen. [PEOPLE - argue issue.] Soc. ramifications of case considered. (Artist: Aggie Whelan Kenny)

Aaron, Betsy;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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