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Pueblo News Conference / Mrs. Bucher #442084

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 25, 1968
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(Studio) North Korean film of press conference with "Pueblo" crew shown.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(N. Korea) [post office Darrell WRIGHT - says life here good considering why we were detained. Thanks North Korea.] [post office Wayne ANDERSON - says North Korean stand been consistent. We can go home if United States meets conditions of stand.] [post office James SHEPARD - says our espionage proven to whole world but government hasn't met North Korean terms.] [Lieutenant Edward MURPHY - says desires to return home to family and friends. Appreciates humanitarian treatment by North Korea. When United States admits, apologizes and promises such incidents won't occur again, may return home.]
REPORTER: North Korean Film

(San Diego, California) Mrs. Lloyd Bucher watched 1st point of North Korean interview on NBC last night. [Mrs. BUCHER says he looked sad and tired. Emotional when speak of family. Always hopeful they'll come home.]
REPORTER: Chet Huntley Narrates; Bill Wordham

Huntley, Chet;
Wordham, Bill

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