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Hearst Trial #487485

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 16, 1976
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(Studio) Report on Patricia Hearst trial.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(San Francisco, California) Defense attorney F. Lee Bailey used private investigator to show that prosecution witness, Dr. Joel Fort, once supplied narcotics to drug addict, Lenny Bruce. Ex-boss says Fort untrustworthy. Hearst's girlfriend, Patricia Tobin, says Hearst had warm relations with family and never expressed radical ideas. Psychiatrist fired by Dr. Harry Kozol, Dr. Nicholas Groth, says Kozol once called Hearsts "disgusting pigs" and said Mrs. Hearst was a whore. Kozol denied those remarks yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hearst testify.
REPORTER: Carl Stern Artist: Walt Stewart

Newman, Edwin;
Stern, Carl

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