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Harrisburg 7 #222266

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 28, 1972
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(Studio) Govt. sums up case in trial of Harrisburg 7.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) Governor attorney William Connally reads letters in 3 1/2 hour summary. Henry Kissinger kidnapping referred to. Boyd Douglas figured prominently. Philip Berrigan alleged "Kidnap letter" cited. Attorney J. Thomas Menaker, for defense, disparages FBI use of Boyd Douglas. Dep. attorney Paul O'Dwyer followed with reference to Douglas pymnt. by FBI. Calls Douglas a "Judas." Defense to continue with last summation by Ramsay Clark. Case expected to go to jury Thursday
REPORTER: Barry Serafin Artist: Howard Brodie

Cronkite, Walter;
Serafin, Barry

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