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Fromme Trial #34747

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 1975
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(Studio) Yesterday, witness who knows Charles Manson gang cited for contempt for refusing to talk. Lynette Fromme advised him to talk; he does.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Sacramento, California) Federal marshals carry her to court She declines to be in courtroom. United States Attorney Dwayne Keyes tries to prove intent to kill President Ford. Ex-convict Lanier Ramer says last Jul., Fromme asked him to buy guns. Says Fromme said some would be killed to set examples for corps. that pollute environment. Racer tells defense attorney John Virga that Fromme never said she'd kill anyone. Grocer Edward Louie heard Fromme say she hated Ford. television reporter Roger Lindbergh says clicking sound he heard was not made by pulling trigger. He heard her saying "it didn't go off" and tone of her voice indicated she was asking agents why they were hassling her since nothing occurred.
REPORTER: Tom Schell

Reasoner, Harry;
Schell, Tom

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