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Farber Notes Case #259133

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 11, 1978
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(Studio) "Ny Times" reporter Myron Farber's reappearance in Newark court after week in prison reported.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Newark, New Jersey) Judge Frederick B. Lacey's characterization of Farber, who has refused to give up notes in murder trial of Dr. Mario Jascalevich and has sold manuscript on case to publisher, quoted. Positions of Jascalevich defense attorney Raymond Brown and "Farber-New York Times" attorney Eugene E. Scheiman stated. Prison interview with Farber shown. [FARBER - responds to chgs. that he's profiteering in sale of manuscript to publisher.]
REPORTER: Jerry Landay Artist: Al Herr

Landay, Jerry;
Mudd, Roger

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