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Harrisburg 7 #222308

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 03, 1972
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(Studio) Trial of Reverend Philip Berrigan and 6 others continues.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) Mrs. Zoya Horne, former librarian at Bucknell Univ., sentenced to jail for contempt of court as she refused to testify for government though granted immunity. Boyd Douglas, FBI informer who carried letters to and from Reverend Berrigan in prison, testifies 2 letters between Berrigan and Sister Elizabeth McAlister, are authentic. Prosecutor William Lynch reads letters include plot to kidnap Presidential Aide Henry Kissinger. Douglas says Father Joseph Winderoth spoke with engineers about blowing up Washington, DC steam tunnels.
REPORTER: Barry Serafin Artist: Howard Brodie

Cronkite, Walter;
Serafin, Barry

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