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Hearst Trial #245200

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 04, 1976
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(Studio) Judge rules to make details of Patricia Hearst's underground life open to jury, even for period after bank robbery for which Hearst being tried.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) Judge Oliver Carter inclined to let all evidence be introduced. September 19, 1975, film at Harris apt. shown. Evidence taken from apt. of William and Emily Harris thought inadmissible because taken without a search warrant. But Carter says not. F. Lee Bailey says "Tamia Manuscript" written by Hearst under SLA pressure. Among evidence is floor plan of unrobbed Sacramento bank, with Hearst handwriting on it. Carter rules this cannot go to jury. Dr. Harry Kozol, psychiatrist, expected to testify for government that Hearst acted on own volition in taping statements.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld Artist: Howard Brodie

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Threlkeld, Richard
Duration:
00:01:50

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