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E. Howard Hunt #47446

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 24, 1977
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(Studio) Watergate figure E. Howard Hunt holds news conference in Boston suburb. Says he's given money to govts. of Uruguay, Mexico and Japan when in CIA and it's honored tradition. Talks about Watergate.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Brookline, Massachusetts) Hunt's attitude toward other Watergate figs. like Nixon aide Charles Colson noted. [HUNT - says he's paid for what he did and now owes nothing to public.] Hunt also expresses bitterness toward Nixon, John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman and John Dean. [HUNT - says he's bitter re: sentence Judge John Sirica gave him and attitudes of White House to those caught early in scandal.] Hunt's attitude towards Nixon most bitter of all. [HUNT - says Nixon could have gone to public and stopped Watergate tragedy, but didn't and is responsible for it.] Hunt to go on lecture circuit next month
REPORTER: James Walker

Reasoner, Harry;
Walker, James

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