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Watergate / Jury / Krogh #38512

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 03, 1975
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(Studio) Last Watergate grand jury discharged. Only jury to get testimony from ex-President Richard Nixon. Reg. impanelled grand juries to continue Watergate work. 1 of Watergate figures Egil Krogh filled in for host of radio talk show.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(San Francisco, California) Krogh shown recing. calls on radio show. Went to prison for part in Watergate. He's aide to California Congman., Paul McCloskey. Most of callers civil to him. [KROGH - says what was done in 1971 was wrong. Wishes he had been more aware of president restrictions.] Krogh says he was nervous about radio job.

Reasoner, Harry

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