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Hearst Kidnapping #38867

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 19, 1975
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(Studio) Catherine Hearst testifies before grand jury.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) Mrs. Hearst says she met with Jack Scott twice, but no discussion of money. [Mrs. HEARST - hopes everyone remembers Patty was kidnap victim. Hopes she knows we love her and her legal problems aren't all that great. No communication with her.] Jack and Micki Scott fought going before jury. [Defense attorney William KUNSTLER - says Scotts being harassed. Grand jury being used to find Patty Hearst and kill her.] [M. SCOTT - says won't collaborate with grand jury or federal investigation.] Federal judge to decide if Scotts will testify.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson

Jackson, Gregory;
Reasoner, Harry

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