NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 10, 1974
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(Studio) Mrs. John Dean hopes Ford to consider pardon for her husband.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) [John EHRLICHMAN - says pardon precludes establishing innocence if you are. Needs to think about it.] [Ex-Nixon aide Egil KROGH - says pardon not appropriate in his case.] [Mrs. Charles COLSON - says they've suffered. Husband would be thrilled with Pardon.] [Don. SEGRETTI - says not fair Nixon gets pardon when others have to be in jail. Not bitter because he's already served time.]
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