ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 10, 1975
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(Studio) Lynette Fromme banished from court after refusing to take part in trial's proceedings.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Sacramento, California) Fromme carried into court with red bandanna tied over her eyes. Fromme says she can't stay quiet and won't stay in court Judge Thomas MacBride orders her to nearby room where she refuses to watch trial on TV. Secret Service agent Larry Buendorf questioned by Defense Attorney John Virga about what occurred. Reporter demonstrates how Buendorf got gun away from Fromme. Defense tries to prove she didn't pull trigger. Prosecution seeks to prove she tried to kill United States President
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker; ARTIST: Bill Lignante
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