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Hearst Case / Harrises / Soliah #42495

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 29, 1976
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(Studio) Patricia Hearst arraigned in Los Angeles court on Il counts stemming from shooting at sporting goods store. Pleading set for April 14.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Los Angeles, California) Hearst flown to Los Angeles from San Francisco in Coast Guard plane. Then flown by helicopter to county jail and driven to court house in car. Her parents present. Prosecutor Sam. Mayerson read indictment. Judge Jack E. Goertzen asked Hearst if she understood charges. Attorney Albert Johnson files `notion to separate Hearst's trial from that of William and Emily Harris. [JOHNSON - says Hearst's San Francisco conviction will prejudice this trial.] Harrises lose battle to delay their trial due to pretrial publicity. Judge Mark Brandler says most publicity not unfair and was generated by Harrises. Hearst recs. sentence April 12.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker Artist: Keith McConnel

(Studio) "Rolling Stoke" reports Hearst split with SLA and planned to flee to E. coast with Steven Soliah before her arrest. 2 planned to work in Boston, Massachusetts, as community organizers.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry;
Redeker, Bill

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