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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 03, 1978
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(Studio) Report on efforts to free Patricia Hearst prior to parole date, this time by centering on attorney's conduct of her defense
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Pleasanton, California) Efforts of group called Committee for the Release of Patricia Hearst to get President Carter to grant her clemency noted. SLA mentioned. [Committee co-chairperson Reverend Edward DUMKE - thinks President Carter should be concerned for human rights in United States as well as in USSR .] Among those who have joined campaign are son of bank president whose bank Hearst helped rob and California Lieutenant Governor Mervyn Dymally. [DYMALLY - thinks public is receptive now.] Hearst's claims of ineffective defense by attorney F. Lee Bailey reported Films shown. [Bailey's co-cnsl., Boston attorney Albert JOHNSON - responds to chgs. against Bailey.] Hearst's job at prison near San Francisco mentioned.
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg Artist: Howard Brodie

Goldberg, Bernard;
Mudd, Roger

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