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Haldeman / Ehrlichman / Mitchell / Colson #484722

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 07, 1975
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(Studio) August 9 anniversary of Ford's 1st year in office after Richard Nixon resigned. 21 sentenced to prison for part in Watergate; most out. Report on 4 who are appealing.

(DC) Harry Robine Haldeman convicted of perjury and obstructing justice. Recd. 2 1/2-8 year sentence.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(Los Angeles, California) Haldeman writing book while appealing. Says no problem living with self. Shown walking dog.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(DC) John Ehrlichman convicted in Watergate cover-up and burglary of Dan. Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office. Recd. 2 1/2-8 year sentence.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(Seattle, WA) [EHRLICHMAN - says lifestyle like it was before he went to DC.]
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(NM) Ehrlichman left wife; lives here. He raises vegetables and does hsehold. chores. Rptd. to be writing book.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(No location given) Ex-Attorney General John Mitchell says he's in touch with Nixon. Convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice. Spends time on appeal and 33 other lawsuits. When in DC, seen with widow, Mary Gore Dean. Mitchell says he hasn't talked or seen estranged wife, Martha, and hopes he doesn't. Thinks he'll practice law again in New York.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(No location given) Charles Wendell Colson spent 6 mos. prison for obstructing justice in Ellsberg trial.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(McLean, Virginia) Now ex-convict, disbarred attorney and convert to Christianity. Lives on funds from being Teamster attorney Working on book.
REPORTER: John Hart (narrates)

(Studio) Colson said Watergate worth it to teach him meaning of life.

Hart, John

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