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Bremer Trial #21994

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 02, 1972
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(Studio) Arthur Bremer, charged with shooting Alabama Governor George Wallace, on trial. Psychiatrist testifies Bremer decided to kill either President Nixon or Governor Wallace 2 numbers after breaking up with girlfriend.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Upper Marlboro, MD) Defense attorney Benjamin Lipsitz tries to prove Bremer is insane. Dr. Eugene Brody, chairperson department psychiatry at University of Maryland Medical School, says Bremer is a schizophrenic. Says Bremer's secret diary confirms March plans for assassination. Prosecutor Arthur Marshall says diary proves Bremer knows the law, and he copyrighted diary in 1970 in hopes of publication.
REPORTER: Frank Tomlinson Artist: Freda Reiter

Reasoner, Harry;
Tomlinson, Frank

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