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Attica Trial #482547

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 06, 1975
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(Studio) In 1971 Attica riots, prison guard William Quinn 1st of 43 to die; last night in Buffalo, New York, former Attica inmate John Hill convicted of murder; another inmate Charles Pernasilice found guilty of assault. Defense attorney William Kunstler says verdicts to be appealed.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Buffalo, New York) Both defendants jailed pending appeal. [KUNSTLER - believes bail for defendants revoked out of vindictiveness.] [Prosecution Louis AIDALA - thinks this verdict to help restore faith in American judicial system.] 38 other persons face charges stemming from Attica riots.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

Bell, Rebecca;
Snyder, Tom

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