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Conspiracy Trial / Mitchell #233876

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 16, 1974
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(Studio) Former Attorney General, John Mitchell, says not obstruction of justice to pigeonhole memo written by fiancier, Robt Vesco. Memo says his campaign gift would be made public unless government studies into his financial affairs stopped
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Former Attorney Gene Richard Kleindienst testifies for Mitchell to contradict testimony of John Dean. Doesn't recall Dean call made on Mitchell's behalf. He wouldn't deny call had taken place. Prosecutor John Wing prompts Kleindienst to say he once said he'd not dispute Dean testimony. Mitchell says Dean has great imagination. Calls Vesco intermediary, Harry Sears's, testimony false.
REPORTER: Robert Schakne Artist; Aggie Whelan

Cronkite, Walter;
Schakne, Robert

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