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Rhode Island / Von Bulow Trial #303515

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 11, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Providence, Rhode Island) Possible implications for the defense of testimony by Sunny von Bulow's personal physician Dr. Janis Galiatis in Claus von Bulow's attempted murder trial examined. [Claus von BULOW - quotes Bible; is optimistic.] [GALIATIS - believes her coma is due to hypoxia of the brain.] Following Galiatis' claim to Judge Corinne Grande that his testimony in first trial was limited due to prosecution's coaching, prosecutor Thomas Puccio said asking for dismissal of one count against von Bulow. [PUCCIO - feels defense was denied fair trial.] [GRANDE - responds.] Testimony at von Bulow's first trial by his former mistress Alexandra Isles recalled; his current companion Andrea Reynolds mentioned, shown. Sunny von Bulow's condition described.
REPORTER: Betty Ann Bowser

Bowser, Betty Ann;
Reasoner, Harry

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