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Chicago 8 Trial / Seale #443102

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 29, 1969
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(Studio) Black Panther leader Bobby Seale disrupts Court and Judge Julius Hoffman has him bound and gagged in chair.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Chicago, Illinois) Assistant United States Attorney, Richard Schultz, criticized by defense for tight security in Ctroom. Schultz says Seale's speech to Panthers on self-defense proved need for tight security. Seale calls Schultz "racist pig and liar." 3 Federal Marshals threw him into chair, turning it over. Seale later demanded right to cross-examine. Marshals bound and gagged Sealed Judge said if other 7 supported Seale, he'd revoke their bail.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs Artist: Verna Sadock

Briggs, Fred;
Huntley, Chet

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