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Hearst-Harris Captures / Yoshimura / Kelley / Washington #241984

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 19, 1975
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(San Francisco, California) William and Emily Harris and Patricia Hearst arrive at cthse. in federal building for hearing. Spectators include activist minister, Cecil Williams; FBI agent in charge, Charles Bates, and Hearst's parents, Catherine and Randolph Hearst. 22 charges against Patricia. Court appts. cnsl. for Harrises. Magistrate Owen Woodruff continued Harris case for 1 wk. Federal Judge Oliver Carter hears case of Patty Hearst. Hearst's attorney to ask that bail be reduced.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld; ARTIST: Howard Brodie

(Studio) 10 automatic weapons found in Hearst apt. Several automatic weapons, explosives and 2 gas masks in Harris' apt. Report on Patty Hearst.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) Hearst described self on jail form as "self-employed urban guerrilla." Alias listed as Tania. Her mug shot shown. [Randolph HEARST - says she was calm, happy to see us and willing to come home.] [Defense attorney Terence HALLINAN - says she seems fine. Seemed to have her senses about her. She was upset at doctor and psychiatrist who came to see her.] [Arresting ofr. patrolman Tim CASEY - describes arrest.] [NEIGHBOR - describes Patty as thin and white.] Photo shows her smiling after her 1st court appearance.
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater

(Studio) Ex-fiance, Steven Weed, says he wants to see her but doesn't know if she wants to see him. FBI director Clarence Kelley says got on Hearst's trail after finding out 1 of companions was Wendy Yoshimura. Yoshimura's fingerprints found in South Canaan, Pennsylvania, farmhse. where group hid out last yr. Investigating Yoshimura's friends led to Kathy Soliah and her brother Steven who rented apt. to Hearst and Yoshimura. FBI agent says just routine check when 4 arrested.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Kansas City, Missouri) [KELLEY - says in favor of perpetuating flukes, if this is 1. Sick and tired of people asking why can't FBI catch Patty Hearst.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Kelley believes all Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) members accounted for. Hearst tells attorney to send greetings to her brothers and sisters out there; attorney says she was referring to youth culture. Grocery store bombed in Seattle, WA. Caller said it was in retaliation for SLA arrests.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Drinkwater, Terry;
Threlkeld, Richard
Duration:
00:07:10

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