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(Studio) President sends written responses to questions in Ellsberg break.-in trial. John Ehrlichman on trial for conspiracy in case. President says he didn't order Ellsberg break-in. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger also testifies at trial.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(DC) Details of interrogatory reviewed. Kissinger's testimony reviewed, Kissinger questioned by defense lawyer William Frates and prosecution attorney Phillip Bakes. Kissinger's testimony places doubt on David Young's testimony. Closing arguments in case will be tomorrow; case goes to jury Friday
REPORTER: Carl Stern; No artist given
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Stern, Carl
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