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Norfolk, Massachusetts,Inmates / White House Transcripts #481887

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 23, 1975
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(Studio) 15 inmates at prison in Norfolk, Massachusetts, spend wkend. reenacting Watergate crimes behind bars. Prisoners perform their version of White House transcripts; play directed by Mark Frechette.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Norfolk, Massachusetts) Bank robber Terry Bernhardt playing role of Nixon in "White House Transcripts." Inmates spent 3 mos. preparing for 1 public performance. Portion of play shown. Play's end is another twist of irony; end scene shown. Players asking state commissioner of corrections to take show on road.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

(Studio) Terry Bernhardt says he got so angry at Nixon and Watergate, he turned to crime and held up bank.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

Hunt, Richard;
Snyder, Tom

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