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Bank Bombs / Kaufman Indictment #17599

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 19, 1972
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(Studio) N.Y. Federal Grand jury indicts Ronald KAUFMAN, absent without leave soldier, on charges of planting bombs in safety deposit boxes of 3 New York City banks. Similar action in Chicago and San Francisco.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Ill.) Suspect Kaufman, still at large, profiled. (Milwaukee, Wisc.) Attended high school in Milwaukee. [Uncle, Dr. Leo COGAN - describes Kaufman as interested in less fortunate people.] (Palo Alto, Cal.) Attended Stanford University [Prof. BEYERS - says Kaufman was concerned about Vietnam War.] (Chicago, Ill.) Kaufman attended 1968 war protest during Democratic Convention Kaufman enlisted in Army under name James Edward Jensen. (Fort Polk, La.) [Training Officer, Lieutenant James DICKERSON - says Kaufman was a model soldier.]
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Reasoner, Harry

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