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Sirhan Trial / Premeditation #202181

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1969
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(Studio) Prosecution tried to show murder of Senator Robert Kennedy premeditated in Sirhan Sirhan trial.

(Los Angeles, California) Witnesses tell of seeing Sirhan at pistol range in San Gabriel few hrs. before murder. Michael Saccoman says he told Sirhan his pistol wasn't legal for hunting and Sirhan said it could kill a dog. Saccoman says Sirhan got many shots close to bullseye. Claudia Williams says Sirhan helped her with revolver at range. [Mrs. WILLIAMS - says Sirhan good shot.] Mary Sirhan in court Sirhan quieter. Jurors to vote absentee in city election.
REPORTER: Bill Stout Artist: Howard Brodie

Stout, Bill

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