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Fromme Trial #237698

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 1975
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(Studio) President Ford testifies on videotape he didn't hear gun click when Lynette Fromme pointed gun at him.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Sacramento, California) Fromme carried into cthse.; refuses to sit in on trial. She saw Ford's testimony last night. Defense attorney John Virga questioned Ford November 1. Jury watches film. Ford says he stopped on September 5 because he thought Fromme wanted to talk to him. Says after he saw gun, Secret Service agent pushed gun away. Judge Thomas MacBride recesses court until Monday Prosecution testimony depicts Fromme as determined but inept assassin. Defense will try to show she didn't have murder in mind.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld; ARTIST: Howard Brodie

Cronkite, Walter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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