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Haldeman / North Carolina Suit #478435

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 22, 1974
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(Studio) H.R. Haldeman appears in court to make deposition in civil suit. Accused of trying to keep anti-Nixon protesters away from Billy Graham birthday celebration 3 years ago.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Charlotte, North Carolina) Film of October 15, 1971, event shown. 14 protesters suing Haldeman and others for $840,000. Say they had tickets and were kept away from celebration illegally and Haldeman approved plans to keep them away. Haldeman appears in court to tell what happened. [HALDEMAN - says can't comment.] [One of PROTESTERS - tells Haldeman not to stonewall or lie. [HALDEMAN - says never lied in life.] [PROTESTER - says can set precedent.]
REPORTER: Lou Davis

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Davis, Lou
Duration:
00:02:10

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