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My Lai / Mitchell / House #448280

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 16, 1970
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(Studio) sergeant David Mitchell's prosecutor Michael Swan says House won't release My Lai testimony; may cause mistrial.

(New Orleans, Louisiana) [Representative F. Edward HEBERT - says promised witnesses testimony would be private; won't break faith by releasing transcripts till hell freezes over.]
REPORTER: Edward Planer (WDSV-TV News film)

(Studio) House Armed Services Committee chairperson L. Mendel Rivers doesn't want My Lai defendants prosecuted.

(DC) Army Secretary Stanley Resor warned Rivers in January House might jeopardize My Lai cases by not releasing testimony.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

(Studio) Resor denies General William Westmoreland knew of My Lai while in Vietnam.

McGee, Frank;
Stern, Carl

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