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SLA Bank Robbery / Hearst Kidnapping #476137

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 15, 1974
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(Studio) Gang of Symbionese Liberation Army mbrs, (SLA) rob bank and wound 2 people.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) Men and women, armed with carbines, get $700. On way out, they fire guns; 2 seriously wounded. [MAN tells of seeing 3 girls and 1 man run out of bank. Was fired at.] Witnesses see 3 white women and 5 black and white males involved. Security cameras take photos of robbery, FBI has film.
REPORTER: Gail Christian (KRON-TV)

(Studio) In last tape recd., Patricia Hearst said she would stay with her kidnappers, the SLA.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John

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