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Watergate Hearings / Larue, Mardian #229498

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 19, 1973
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(Studio) Reelection campaign assistant Fred. LaRue conts testimony before Senate Watergate committee
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Capitol Hill) LaRue conts. to say Jeb Magruder seemed to know of Watergate break-in beforehand. LaRue's testimony that some campaign funds used as hush money for defendants brought 1 of committee chairperson Sam Ervin's sermons. [ERVIN - says men engaged in Watergate matter abused laws of God and man, but forgot about 1 law of God. Quotes Bible: Galatians 6, verse 7.] Nixon campaign aide Robert Mardian testifies before Watergate committee Mardian acted as lawyer for Nixon campaign committee Liddy explained Watergate burglary plan and suggested President approved Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office break-in, according to Mardian. Mardian says he was told John Mitchell approved Watergate bugging plan. Another witness with conflicting story.
REPORTER: Daniel Schorr

Mudd, Roger;
Schorr, Daniel

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