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Kent State Probe Renewal #27511

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 03, 1973
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(Studio) In 1970, when President announced Cambodia invasion violent demonstrations resulted. At Kent State, National Guard fired upon students killing 4, injuring many more. New probe into Kent State tragedy.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Justice Department announces case to be reopened. [Assistant Attorney General Stanley J. POTTINGER - believes 1st investigation into Kent State thorough, but new probe into all avenues merely checks on 1st probe.] Admits factor behind new probe comes from Kent State parents, students, faculty. More pressure from Senator Birch Bayh. Bayh learns from National Guard report that man with gun ran from students during violence. Terrence Norman was that man. Now with Washington, DC police department
REPORTER: Virginia Sherwood

Reasoner, Harry;
Sherwood, Virginia

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