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Pueblo Affair / Lacy Testimony / Football #4100

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 05, 1969
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(Studio) Chief engineer of Pueblo, Warrant Officer Gene Lacy supports Commander Lloyd Bucher's testimony that scuttling ship would have taken 2-3 hrs. and North Korea would have seized it anyway. During court recess, Bucher visits with Pueblo crew at local football field.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Coronado, California) Bucher coaches 2nd crew touch football game since return home. [BUCHER - remarks he played a lot during North Korean captivity; players got rough due to anxiety. Beatings severe and frequent from North Koreans at this time. Enjoy playing football with men; know court inquiry must be done.]
REPORTER: Bill Brannigan

Reporter(s):
Brannigan, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:02:40

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