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Sabich Death / Longet #43157

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 08, 1976
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(Studio) Report on shooting death of professional skier, Vladimir "Spider" Sabich.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Aspen, Colorado) Actress-singer, Claudine Longet, lived with Sabich for 2 years Longet arrives at cthse. with ex-husband, Andy Williams. Their 3 children lived with Longet and Sabich. Longet charged with manslaughter. Judge George Lohr agrees to defendant's request that no part of her diary be made public. June hearing will determine if there's sufficient evidence to bring her to trial. [Longet attorney Charles WEEDMAN - says death was accidental. Domestic discord between 2 was same discord that exists between any 2 in love.] Longet free on $5000 bond.
REPORTER: Ron Miller Artist: Ann Martin

Miller, Ron;
Reasoner, Harry

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