NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 10, 1972
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(Studio) Pacific Southwest 727 jet took off yesterday from Oakland, California. Hijacker, Stanley Harlan Speck of San Francisco demanded money and parachute and ordered plane to San Diego.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(San Diego, California) In San Diego, hijacker released passengers while demanding money. [Passenger, Beverly MACMURRAY - said hijacker gave threatening note to stewardess.] FBI men grab hijacker as he descends plane steps for maps. [SPECK - says he didn't have a weapon.]
REPORTER: Jack Perkins (KOGO-TV Newsfilm)
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