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Patricia Hearst Case / Developments #36239

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 1975
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(Studio) Patricia Hearst saga before public eye again. FBI has questioned basketball superstar Bill Walton in connection with case; link appears to be man who once shared house with Walton: Jack Scott. Rptdly., Scott sought as man who rented Pennsylvania farmhse. used by Miss Hearst and fellow fugitives last summer.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(S. Canaan, Pennsylvania) Farmhse. excellent haven for fugitives; Miss Hearst definitely in farmhse. because she left fingerprints. [Louis PRATI - says all kinds of strange people stayed at house last summer; Patty Hearst could have been there, but she didn't stay long or he would have seen her.]
REPORTER: David Schoumacher

(Studio) Miss Hearst and fugitive friends, the Harrises, may have been in Las Vegas, NV, also.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Las Vegas, NV) FBI refuses to comment about possible Hearst, Las Vegas link. Other sources say an elderly couple may be responsible for transporting Miss Hearst and Harrises from Nevada or California to Pennsylvania. Man and woman picked up here this week on gun-smuggling charges may have SLA connections.
REPORTER: Ken Kashiwahara

(Studio) Canadian police looking for van with Minnesota license plate carrying woman looking like Patty Hearst. Patty's father, Randolph, talks with ABC about his daughter.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(NYC) [Randolph HEARST - says he was told by FBI daughter may have been in Pennsylvania farmhse. This report confirms daughter alive and well as family has always believed.]
REPORTER: Bill Brown

Reporter(s):
Brown, Bill;
Kashiwahara, Ken;
Schoumacher, David;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:04:00

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