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My Lai Trials / Calley / Mitchell #448797

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 18, 1970
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(Studio) Ronald Haeberle testifies saw Americans kill Vietnam civilians at My Lai.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Fort Benning, Georgia) Lieutenant William Calley trial conts.; defense tries to prove artillery killed My Lai civilians; Haeberle says GI shot Vietnam; didn't see Calley; was afraid to report crime; Frank Beardsley didn't see Calley; shot some Vietnam himself.
REPORTER: Robert Goralski Artist: Leo Hershfield

(Fort Hood, Texas) Paul Meadlo confesses to killing civilians, won't testify; previously stated he, Calley, 2 others shot civilians; witnesses say Mitchell didn't shoot anybody.
REPORTER: Don Oliver Artist: Verna Sadock

Brinkley, David;
Goralski, Robert;
Oliver, Don

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