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Bremer Trial #224251

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 01, 1972
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(Studio) Prosecution concludes case against Arthur Bremer, charged with trying to kill Alabama Governor George Wallace.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Upper Marlboro, MD) Bremer arrives, yesterday's beard shaven off. FBI examiner Robert Frazier cannot prove Bremer fired gun. No powder found on Bremer's hands. Dr. testifies he washed defendant's hands at hospital. 3 others wounded in Laurel, MD, incident testify: Alabama State Police Captain E. C. Dothard, Wallace campaign worker Mrs. Dora Thompson, and Secret Service agent Nicholas Zarvos.

Mudd, Roger

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