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Angola / Mercenaries' Trial #246407

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 14, 1976
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(Studio) Argentine-born mercenary, ex-Marine sergeant and Vietnam vet Gustave Grillo, says he was paid with CIA money. 10 of 13 defendants are British.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Luanda, Angola) Presiding judge and Angolan attorney general announce arrival of British attys. and offer their aid to 9 of 10 British mercenaries. [Translator's VOICE - offers British attys. to mercenaries.] Judge says all eligible for British attys. except leader of mercenaries, "Colonel Callan." Families of the accused sent the attys. Callan repd. by an Angolan attorney [British mercenary Kevin John MARCHANT - says would like to keep Angolan attorney] [Colin Clifford EVANS - praises Angolan attorney but would like British attorney] 6 of 9 staying with Angolan attys. Testimony of John Nammock with regard to mercenaries' experiences noted.
REPORTER: John Laurence

Laurence, John;
Mudd, Roger

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