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Pardons / Jaworski Staff / Segretti / Memo #236103

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 10, 1974
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(Studio) Idea of more pardons creates confusion.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [Resignee Philip LACOVARA - says pardons question whether special prosecutor's office should continue with work.] [Office spokesperson James DOYLE - says office gone through 14-mos. trauma and held up well.] Foreman of Watergate grand jury, says he'd like to see all go through judicial process. Calls 1st pardon fair. [John EHRLICHMAN - says pardon precludes having innocence established if you are. Have to think about it.] [Convicted political saboteur Don. SEGRETTI - says not fair for Nixon to get off while Dean, Kalmbach and others stay in jail.] White House releases paper showing what Jaworski's office was studying with regard to Nixon offenses. Memo concludes

Mudd, Roger

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