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Hearst Trial / Chicago Tribune #487315

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 05, 1976
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(Studio) "Chicago Tribune" reports San Francisco federal investigators have documents that allege Patricia Hearst not brainwashed by her captors. Quotes from Hearst and William and Emily Harris rptdly. in document.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Chicago, Illinois) "Tribune" quotes federal sources saying documents part of book being prepared by Hearst and Harrises. Federal authorities now have book. Quotes noted. "Tribune" story incls. version of shooting by Hearst at sporting goods store.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

(Studio) Documents in hands of federal representatives quote extensively from Hearst and Harrises. Report on trial.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(San Francisco, California) Jury goes to court after 1st night in hotel. Jury shown film of Hibernia Bank robbery; part of film shown. Don. "Cinque" DeFreeze and Hearst's movements noted. Defense says "Cinque" trained his gun on Hearst. Hearst appears embarrassed during film. Her family grimly watches. FBI photograph expert says no evidence Hearst acted at gunpoint. William and Emily Harris denounce brainwashing defense.
REPORTER: Carl Stern Artist: Walt Stewart

Chancellor, John;
Jamieson, Bob;
Stern, Carl

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