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SLA Robbery / Hearst / Saxbe #476177

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 17, 1974
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(Studio) Attorney General William Saxbe says Patricia Hearst is common criminal, feels not reluctant member of SLA bank robbery. Bases opinion on way she behaved at bank and on witnesses' opinions.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) [Bank guard Edward SHEA - says no doubt she' dshoot someone if they didn't do what she said. Said she'd shoot first S.O.B. that moved.] United States attorney to present all evidence to grand jury. [Fiance Steven WEED - says she's sick and exhausted and being humiliated by group that is determined she won't get out of this alive.] At Hillsborough home Hearst says Saxbe has right to think what he wants, and so does he; calls it speculation.
REPORTER: Gail Christian

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Christian, Gail
Duration:
00:02:10

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