CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 25, 1971
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(Studio) Chicago bar association wants Illinois state attorney Edward Hanrahan to take leave of absence while awaiting trial for allegedly obstructing justice in connection with 1969 police raid on Black Panther headquarters; interview with Deborah Johnson, part of movie presented as evidence in indictments, made available to CBS.
REPORTER: John Hart
(No location given) [JOHNSON - tells of police raid resulting in death of husband Fred Hampton.]
REPORTER: No reporter given
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