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Indiana / Kidnapping #47223

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 10, 1977
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(Studio) Kidnapper in Indianapolis conts. to hold mortgage company executive hostage, while awaiting word with regard to immunity.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Indianapolis, IN) Anthony Kiritsis conts. to hold Richard Hall hostage; Kiritsis' attys. come tonight to tell him opinion with regard to immunity offered him in return for Hall's life and release. [Deputy prosecutor George MARTZ - says immunity has to be given; it saves 2 lives.] Downtown in city, proposition not well received [MAN - says it will set precedent and can't be known what will happen then.] [2nd MAN - says not right to let Kiritsis go free.] [WOMAN - says she feels sorry for hostage, but if 1 man gets away with it, others will want to.]
REPORTER: Greg Dobbs (WTTV newsfilm)

(Studio) Later it's reported Kiritsis demands immunity from federal prosecution; officials deal with Justice Department, but no word on results.

Dobbs, Greg;
Walters, Barbara

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