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Hearst Trial #487218

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 25, 1976
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(Studio) Report on Patricia Hearst trial.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) University of California at Los Angeles Psychiatrist, Dr. Louis West, crossexamd. Says Hearst had been in trouble in school, went through 6 schools in 5 years, told nuns to go to hell; experimented with marijuana, LSD and mescalime. Defense attorney F. Lee Bailey objects. Her ex-fiance, Steven Weed, quoted as saying she had dislike of parents and wanted to change last name and she had great capacity for sarcasm. Bailey says Hearst not on trial for sarcasm; judge agrees.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Stern, Carl
Duration:
00:02:00

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