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Quinlan Case #479976

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 21, 1975
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(Studio) Karen Quinlan's father Joseph says it is God's will for her to die. Quinlan been in coma 6 mos.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Landing Section, New Jersey) 4 hour prayer vigil held by those in Quinlans' parish; they pray for divine guidance for those involved in trial.
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy

(Morristown, New Jersey) Attorney Paul Armstrong questions neurologist and brain damage expert, Dr. Julius Korein. Korein says she's in emaciated, vegetative state and brain damage irreversible. Says he and others not interested in saving life that would lie as vegetable for 10 years Karen's court-apptd. guardian, Dan. Coburn, asks Korein about hope for Karen. Korein describes her as baby without brain. Quinlan says all bills paid by Medicaid. He wants Karen to return to her natural state.
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
McCarthy, Lee
Duration:
00:02:20

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