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Hearst Case / Bailey / Grim #42364

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 22, 1976
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(Studio) Report on legal future for Patricia Hearst.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(San Francisco, California) Defense attorney F. Lee Bailey came to cthse. to discuss when Hearst would be taken to Los Angeles, California. Prosecutor, James Browning also net with Judge Oliver Carter. [BAILEY - says sentencing moved back to April 12. Client bearing up fairly well.] Most of jurors won't discuss verdict. [Juror Norman GRIM - says Hearst seemed to be capable of robbing bank if she could shoot at Mel's Sporting Goods.] Grim was alt. until March 10. [ALT. - says would have voted not guilty.]
REPORTER: Stephen Geer

Geer, Stephen;
Reasoner, Harry

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