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Yablonski Murders / Boyle #227740

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 20, 1973
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(Studio) Tony Boyle, former UMW (United Mine Workers of America, International Union) leader, testifies at trial of man accused of connections with murders Joe Yablonski and family.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Erie, Pennsylvania) [Ken. YABLONSKI - says Boyle wouldn't look him in the eye.] Defendant William Prater testified Boyle wanted Yablonski killed. Defense attorney David Rothman questions Boyle. Boyle says authorized $20,000 in UMW funds for codefendant Albert Pass for organization purposes for UMW. Prosecutor Richard Sprague says money used to pay for murders.
REPORTER: Barry Serafin Artist: Aggie Whelan

Mudd, Roger;
Serafin, Barry

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