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Fromme / Plea / Jurors #35096

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1975
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(Studio) Lynette Fromme changes dress and plea.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Sacramento, California) Fromme wearing green pantsuit, not red robe she usually wears. Fromme tells Judge Thomas MacBride that jurors can't judge her, but only her "family" can judge her. She changes her plea to no contest. Judge takes Fromme and co-cnsl. into chambers. Plea rejected. [US attorney Dwayne KEYES - says not appropriate to take any plea but guilty.] 45 prospective jurors dismissed due to Fromme's remarks. [Defense company-cncl. John VIRGA - says nothing President said in videotape had bearing on today's events. To introduction videotape.] New panel of possible jurors brought in.
REPORTER: Don Strickland (KOUR-TV); ARTIST: Bill Lignante

Reasoner, Harry

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