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Remling / Prison Break / Copter #483648

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 09, 1975
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(Studio) Dale Otto Remling and 4 persons accused of helping him escape from Michigan prison in helicopter arraigned in Jackson, Michigan. Authorities report Remling spent 2 years planning his getaway.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jackson, Michigan) Dale Remling's mood relaxed. [REMLING - says he felt great after he escaped prison.] District Judge David C. McGarvey reads charges against inmate. [REMLING - says prison dehumanizing and degrading; offers alternatives to jail.] Remling also faces federal charges of hijacking helicopter.
REPORTER: Bruce Anderson (WWJ-TV) Artist: No artist given

Chancellor, John

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