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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Overton, Nebraska: Charles Thomas) Legal case in Nebraska in which judge ordered Elizabeth Richardson, who filed a false rape claim against Gary Nitsch of Overton, Nebraska, to buy advertising to explain that Nitsch had done nothing wrong examined; scenes shown. [NITSCH - says it is hard to find work.] [Judge John MURPHY - explains his decision.] [On talk show, RICHARDSON - comments.] [Northwestern University Law School Martin REDISH - defends judge's remedy.] [TOWNSWOMAN - says it won't repair his reputation.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Thomas, Charles
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