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Hearst Kidnapping #233021

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 21, 1974
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(Studio) Hearst announces new demands received on tape from Patricia Hearst's kidnappers.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) [Kidnapper CINQUE - demands $4 million more be added to $2 million free food program.] If demands not met by Hearst, kidnappers threaten to hold Patty till 2 Symbionese Liberation Army members Russell Little and Joseph Remiro released. Patty Hearst's voice on tape to prove she's still alive. [People-In-Need director Ludlow KRAMER - says Hearst plans to study demands and act accordingly.]
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

(Studio) Hearst has 24 hrs. to make additional $4 million commitment; grocery stores may be asked to donate food.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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