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Watergate Case and Pentagon Papers Case #469993

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 1973
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(Studio) E. Howard Hunt and Gordon Liddy, Watergate spies,also accused of burglarizing office Dan. Ellsberg's psychiatrist.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Los Angeles, California) Justice Department memo from Watergate prosecutor Earl Silbert received by Pentagon Papers trial Judge Matt. Byrne states Hunt and Liddy took Ellsberg's files from psychiatrist's office. Prosecutor David Nissen told by Byrne to get all facts of burglary. [ELLSBERG - says as far as White House aides concerned, all law stops at White House fence.]
REPORTER: Frank Bourgholtzer

(Studio) Justice Department memo arrived Los Angeles April 16 but did not reach court until April 26.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Bourgholtzer, Frank;
Chancellor, John

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