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Chile / Military Overthrow / Teruggi Death #226071

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 04, 1973
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(Studio) American student Frank Teruggi shot to death in wake of military takeover in Chile. Mil. junta officials deny Teruggi shot by military Teruggi's roommate, David Hathaway, agrees to interview.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Seattle, WA) [HATHAWAY - recalls his and Teruggi's arrest.] Questioned about last contact with Teruggi. [HATHAWAY - recalls last time he saw Frank. Frank never returned to cell.]
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Studio) Circumstances surrounding Teruggi's death unknown. Parents react to Frank's death.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Des Plaines, Illinois) [Father, Frank TERUGGI - questions United States action in helping American citizens in Chile. Feels Frank's death needless murder.] [Jenny TERUGGI - feels hatred with regard to son's murder without trial.]
REPORTER: Susan Anderson (WBBM-TV news film)

Cronkite, Walter;
Wagner, Richard;
Anderson, Susan

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