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(Studio) Weather Underground members Katherine Boudin and Judith Clark reported refusing to enter plea to chgs. arising from Brink's armored car robbery. Details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Rockland Cnty., New York) Possibility that Brink's robbery was part of plan to revitalize terrorist movement in United States examined. [Cnty. district attorney Ken. GRIBETZ - calls for punishment commensurate with the crime.] FBI noted investigating possible ramifications of robbery. [Defense attorney Martin GAREUS - notes speculation.] Those indicted so far in robbery listed on screen; alleged terrorist background of Nathaniel Burns mentioned. Anticipated indictments of Don. Weems, linked with Cynthia Boston and Republic of New Africa, discussed; films, photos shown. Possibility that Weems, Anthony LaBorde and David Williams were participants in earlier NYC robberies discussed.
REPORTER: Karen Stone
- Rather, Dan;
- Stone, Karen
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