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Pueblo Affair / Captivity #202179

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1969
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(Studio) Navy Inquiry Bd. heard testimony concerning captivity in North Korea.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Coronado, California) Supply officer on Pueblo, now Lieutenant, Timothy Harris, testifies of hatred for North Koreans and breaks down. Commander Lloyd Bucher bows head down. Bucher's attorney, E. Miles Harvey, urges Harris to excuse himself. Harris says he wanted to kill self, but couldn't. Harris praises Bucher for keeping captors dizzy. Chief Warrant Officer Gene Lacy says signed confession because Koreans already had information Lacy says men held secret church services. Lacy praises Bucher. Lieutenant Stephen Harris told North Koreans he got his orders from Captain Maxwell Smart.
REPORTER: Jed Duvall Artist: Arnold Mesches

Cronkite, Walter;
Duvall, Jed

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