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New York / Imelda Marcos Trial #331811

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 20, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Richard Roth) Racketeering trial of Imelda Marcos reported starting in New York; details given of Marcos' alleged looting of Philippines treasury and resulting investments in New York real estate; scenes shown. [MARCOS - says she should be tried in Philippines.] [Marcos attorney Gerald SPENCE - defends Marcos.] [Philippine government counsel Ted LAGUATAN - says Marcos is an actress.] Codefendant Adnan Khashoggi shown commuting via subway. [KHASHOGGI - says he wishes he was in Mecca.] Recent series of celebrity trials noted. [Leona Helmsley's attorney Alan DERSHOWITZ - says burden of proof is always on the celebrity.] Defense noted considering subpoenas of Ronald and Nancy Reagan. (Artist: Jane Rosenberg)

Rather, Dan;
Roth, Richard

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