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Mitchell, Stans Case / Upcoming Trials #476411

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 29, 1974
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(Studio) Mitchell, Stans case discussed along with upcoming Watergate trials.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) In Mitchell, Stans trial, financier Robt, Vesco never recd. protection he sought from SEC. Upcoming cases to be stronger because coverups, break in and unlawful acts occurred. Ellsberg break in trial scheduled in June, testimony of Egil Krogh and David Young important but John Dean not even involved. In Watergate coverup, Dean testimony crucial in 4 of 13 charges; Herbert Kalmbach's, Fred LaRue's and Jeb Magruder's testimonies most important Hush money trial involves Dean, but it's very different from Mitchell, Stans trial.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Chancellor, John;
Stern, Carl

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