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San Francisco Police / Zebra Killings / Hearst Kidnapping #31164

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 25, 1974
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(Studio) Federal judge issues preliminary injunction to keep San Francisco police from continuing stop and search method in hunt for "Zebra" killer San Francisco police also under fire for method of handling Patricia Hearst kidnapping.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(San Francisco, California) Demonstrators protest secret grand jury probe of Hearst kidnapping and hunt for "Zebra" killer. Judge Alfonso Zirpoli orders halt to stop and search manhunt method for Zebra killer; new guidelines for search outlined. Police chief Don. Scott expresses wariness over judge's ruling. Film of stop and search method shown. Grand jury conts. probe of San Francisco bank robbery and Patricia Hearst's part in it. From yesterdays latest tape, Patricia leaves little doubt of her allegiance to Symbionese Liberation Army.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker Artist: Jim Schwering

Reporter(s):
Shoemaker, Dick;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:02:20

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