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Ellsberg Psychiatrist Break-In / Indicted Surrender #28069

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 07, 1973
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(Studio) Former White House aide John Ehrlichman arraigned in Ellsberg break-in case in Los Angeles, California.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Los Angeles, California) Charges reviewed. Ehrlichman pleads innocent to indictment charges as his attorney, Joseph Ball, stands by. Earlier former White House aide David Young appeared in court and also pleaded innocent to indictment charges. [YOUNG - states he voluntarily flew to Los Angeles; confident of innocent plea.] Yesterday Egil Krogh surrendered to authorities. G. Gordon Liddy, 4th indicted in case, to appear next week
REPORTER: Anne Kaestner Artist: Bill Lignante

Kaestner, Anne;
Reasoner, Harry

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