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(Studio) Funeral for slain former Italian premier Aldo Moro in village north of Rome, reaction to assassination and further terrorism noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Rome, Italy) Details given of funeral, attended by Moro's family include wife, about reaction in Italy to assassination and resignation of interior min. Francesco Cossiga, who was in charge of security forces, and terrorist shooting of chemical company executive Franco Giacomazzi in Milan. Statements by Pope Paul VI and by Brigades founder Renato Curcio, now on trial in Turin, about Moro death noted. Potential effect of assassination on upcoming elecs., especially for Christian Democrats and Communists, outlined. Milan shooting responsibility noted as claimed by Armed Popular Communist Front.
REPORTER: Bert Quint
- Mudd, Roger;
- Quint, Bert
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