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Pulitzer Divorce Case #281164

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 19, 1982
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(Studio) Joseph Pulitzer's approach to journalism recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Palm Beach, Florida) February 22, 1907, "The New York World" shown; Joseph Pulitzer's emphasis on scandals recalled. Current divorce trial of Roxanne and Peter Pulitzer featured. [Roxanne, Peter PULITZER - testify.] [Journalist Malcolm BALFOUR - notes trial's sensationalism.] [Roxanne PULITZER - claims husband introduction her to drugs and alcohol, that husband had sexual relationship with daughter.] [Peter PULITZER - responds.] Roxanne's alleged sexual activities with Brian Richards, Jacky Ickx, Hubert Fouret, James Murdock, Jacqueline Kimberly and trumpet reported [KIMBERLY - denies sexual relationship with Roxanne.] Peter Pulitzer's claim to have participated in sex with Roxanne and Kimberly mentioned. [PEOPLE - think Pulitzers should have been more discreet.]

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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