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Martha Mitchell / Watergate #26039

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 03, 1973
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(NYC) John Mitchell questioned by reporters as leaves for work. [MITCHELL - tells reporter he is still symbol of law and order.] 6 hrs. later Martha Mitchell greets newsmen, en route to tell James McCord lawyer what she knows of Watergate. [Mrs. MITCHELL - refuses sidewalk interview; prefers her own style of contact via telephone to friends in press. Greets Clare Crawford.] Newsmen crowd scene at lawyer's office. Decorum of press noted. Henry Rothblatt says Martha Mitchell interview not revealing. Mrs. Mitchell quoted saying John Mitchell assured her he was not involved in Watergate.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

Jackson, Gregory

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