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Hijack / Croatia #489964

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 13, 1976
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(Studio) Federal Aviation Administration says hijackers of United States plane from LaGuardia Airport this week got through security because they carried nothing dangerous. Hijackers back in New York City charged with murder and air piracy; bail set at $1 million each
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(NYC) Ctroom. proceedings noted. United States attorney Thomas Pattison asks United States Judge Simon Krine for $1 million bail because of crime of hijacking and possibility of further legal action in death of New York City policeman killed by bomb terrorists left behind. New York state legal action with regard to policeman's death noted; if convicted, hijackers could get death sentence. Pilot of hijacked Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) plane, Captain Richard Carey, arrives at Kennedy Airport from Paris. [CAREY - says he would have liked to have had more support from French; says they've been through 30 hrs. of hell.]
REPORTER: Heather Bernard Artist: Ilona Grante

Bernard, Heather;
Brinkley, David

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