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Ehrlichman / Prison Sentence / Court Order #248308

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 07, 1976
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(Studio) Former Nixon aide John Ehrlichman ordered to begin serving time for part in Ellsberg burglary.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) (1973 film of Ehrlichman shown.) Ehrlichman's attys. requested he be allowed to be free while case taken to Supreme Court Judge Gerhard Gesell revokes Ehrlichman's personal recognizance bond and orders him to report to prison camp at Safford, Arizona, in 10 days. Conviction and appeal in Watergate coverup noted. Ehrlichman's activities in recent mos. cited; will probably be lst of former close Nixon assocs. to go to prison.
REPORTER: Fred Graham; Artist: Howard Brodie

Graham, Fred;
Mudd, Roger

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