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Watergate Cover-up Trial #474476

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 07, 1974
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(Studio) Richard Nixon's White House tapes ruled admissible as evidence in Watergate cover-up trial by Judge John Sirica.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) H.R. Haldeman's attorney John Wilson questions tapes' authenticity. Cocnsl. Frank Strickler makes reference to law with regard to taping of conversations; details given. Key conversation between Haldeman and Nixon to be played Monday Judge intros. affidavit from Mr. Nixon's lawyers saying Nixon can't participate in trial for 2-3 mos. Sirica suggests video-taped testimony.
REPORTER: Gordon Graham; No artist given

Chancellor, John;
Graham, Gordon

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