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Kent State / Investigation #210924

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 15, 1970
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(Studio) Kent State University deaths over 2 mos. ago; state legislature investigates.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Kent, Ohio) Students and teachers testify. [Assistant professor Jerry LEWIS - says National Guard officers were unwilling to work with University personnel.] [Student Michael MITCHEN - says many view deaths as retribution for broken windows, burned building] [student Erwind BLOUNT - calls police and National Guard outside agitators.] [Kent Chamber Commerce President James POHL - feels law officers need better discipline and coop.]
REPORTER: Robert Schakne

Reasoner, Harry;
Schakne, Robert

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