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Birmingham Bombing / Chambliss Trial #46551

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 1977
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(Studio) Report on continuing trial of former Ku Klux Klan member Robert Chambliss on charges stemming from 1963 bombing of black church in Birmingham, in which 4 young girls were killed.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Birmingham, Alabama) Testimony of prosecution witnesses, Mrs. Kirthus Glenn and Yvonne Young, detailed. Glenn's identification of Chambliss as one of men in car near church on morning before incident, made from FBI photo, noted. (Audio tape of young's testimony played.) [YOUNG - recites details of incident which happened to her during visit to Chambliss home prior to bombing.]
REPORTER: David Snell Artist: Anthony Accurso

Reasoner, Harry;
Snell, David

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