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Hoffa Missing / O'Brien #484727

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 08, 1975
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(Studio) Family of James R. Hoffa thinks foster son, Charles "Chuckie" O'Brien, knows more than he's telling.

(Detroit, Michigan) Hoffa took O'Brien under wing when he was 15-16. Rptd. he recently had falling out due to O'Brien shifting allegiance to anti-Hoffa people in Teamsters Union. Chart shows rtes. supposedly taken by Hoffa and O'Brien.] [James P. HOFFA - says O'Brien seen in area where father abducted. O'Brien is key to his disappearance.] Some of principals to be called before grand jury.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) O'Brien says had no disagreements with Hoffa.

(W. Memphis, Arkansas) [O'BRIEN - says nonsense to whether there bad feelings between him and Hoffa. Praying he'll be found alive.]

Hager, Robert;
Hart, John

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