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Watergate Case #25470

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 20, 1973
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(Studio) Former Attorney General John Mitchell appears before Watergate grand jury.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) [MITCHELL - says Republicans had intelligence network for Nixon campaign, but it did no bugging.]
REPORTER: Bill Matney

(DC) At court, Mitchell and attorney William Hundley confront grand jury in long session. [MITCHELL - tells reporters he heard discussions of plans to bug Democrats, but he disapproved them.]

(DC) [Nixon Chief of Staff H.R. HALDEMAN - denies reports he is about to resign over Watergate case.] James McCord attorney, Bernard Fensterwald, files $1 1/2 million suit on behalf of his client against Republicans McCord says committee to reelect president caused him mental anguish and damage to his reputation.
REPORTER: Bill Zimmerman Artist: Freda Reiter Frank Tomlinson

(DC) Deputy Democratic national committee chairperson Mary Lou Burg locks up Democrat headquarters at Watergate building as Democrats move offices to another location.
REPORTER: Virginia Sherwood

Matney, Bill;
Reasoner, Harry;
Sherwood, Virginia;
Zimmerman, Bill

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