NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 12, 1969
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(Studio) Justice Department to study killings of 2 Black Panthers by police. Senator Charles Percy says nothing since Martin Luther King's murder stirred up black neighborhoods.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(Chicago, Illinois) Illinois Attorney Edward Hanrahan releases report and photos of incident to "Chicago Tribune." Photo purporting to prove Panthers fired 1st really photograph of rusty nailhds. [HANRAHAN - says photos represent conditions they purport to represent.] Controversy over who fired 1st. Layout of apt. shown in chart. Some of police statements seem inaccurate because bullet holes don't back up their stories. No bullet marks from direction of Fred Hampton's bedroom. Newspaper calls for Hanrahan's withdrawal from case.
REPORTER: Bill Matney