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Ehrlichman Trial / Gesell / Buzhardt #477130

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 11, 1974
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(Studio) John Ehrlichman's trial postponed due to lack of access to subpoenaed White House evidence. Due to go on trial Monday on charges from break-in at Dan. Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office. Defendants: G. Gordon Liddy, Bernard Barker, and Eugenio Martinez go on trial regardless.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Judge Gerhard Gesell says President resistance to making evidence available made it impossible for court to do its duty. Prosecutor argues Ehrlichman may never go to trial if delayed. Gesell to issue formal order on President' obligation. [EHRLICHMAN - believe if all evidence presented, he'd be exonerated.] [Special President cnsl. Fred BUZHARDT - disagrees with Judge about President cooperation. President acting responsibly under circumstances.]
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Brokaw, Tom;
Stern, Carl

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