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Hearsts / Bombing / Trial #487018

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 12, 1976
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(Studio) Bomb goes off at guest cottage on estate at San Simeon, built by William Randolph Hearst, Patricia Hearst's grandfather. Estate now belongs to California and is tourist attraction. Defense attys. ask for police protection for Hearst family.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) [Mrs. Randolph HEARST - says bombing proves the terrible and vicious people Patty was with. No wonder she was afraid of them.] FBI fingerprint expert testifies finding Hearst's prints on firearms manual. Prosecutor James Browning displays Navy pea jacket in which gun can be operated through lining. Looks like coat Hearst had on in April 15, 1974, bank robbery. Hearst and defense attorney F. Lee Bailey exam. coat; she says it's not hers. Jury to visit Hibernia Bank and apt. &house where Hearst was kept captive. Bailey says Hearst forced to join SLA.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Chancellor, John;
Stern, Carl

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