NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 08, 1974
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(Studio) House Judiciary Committee requests 6 tapes from White House in impeachment probe; President refuses to release tapes. Watergate defendant James McCord charges President with deliberately concealing and suppressing evidence in Watergate matter. McCord's testimony before Senate Watergate committee reviewed. [McCORD - says he was offered $100,000 hush money by John Caulfield only days after President allegedly told John Dean hush money would be wrong.] President' August 15, 1973, statement with regard to hush money reviewed and compared with March 6, 1974, statement.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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