CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 1969
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(Studio) Defense Attorney claims ctroom. looks like armed camp and expects conviction.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Chicago, Illinois) Prosecution witness Dwayne Oklepek worked on antiwar Mobilization Committee and gathered information for newspapers. Defense Attorney William Kunstler crossexamines him. He admits to agreeing with some of defendant's beliefs. Several black spectators, supporters of Bobby Seale, removed from-ctroom. Kunstler accuses Marshals of looking like armed camp. Judge Julius Hoffman says Kunstler unfair for making statement. Kunstler admits he's expecting and preparing for conviction.
REPORTER: John Laurence Artist: Howard Brodie
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