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Hearst Trial #487287

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 03, 1976
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(Studio) Jury selection for Patricia Hearst trial nears end. Defense attys. move to dismiss bank robbery charges against her and to ban evidence of her conduct during 19 mos. FBI searched for her.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) Efforts made to begin trial Wednesday on 2nd anniversary of Hearst's kidnapping.

(Berkeley, California) Apt. Hearst kidnapped from shown. February `74 film shown. [WITNESS - heard screams and gunshots.] Hearst's finance, Steven Weed, beaten; he'll be defense attorney F. Lee Bailey's 1st witness.
REPORTER: Carl Stern Artist: Walt Stewart Carl Stern

(San Francisco, California) Hibernia National Bank shown. SLA and Hearst filmed robbing bank. Bailey says torment and brutality accounted for Hearst's part in robbery.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Chancellor, John;
Stern, Carl

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