NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 1980
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(Studio) Former FBI officials reported convicted of violating individual civil rights, stemming from illegal break-ins.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(DC) Trial and verdict of Mark Felt and Edward Miller, featuring testimony by Richard Nixon, examined; films shown. Jury foreman Odell Valentine's announcement of verdict on chgs. related to break-ins of Weather Underground associates reported; accusations against former FBI dir L. Patrick Gray, awaiting trial, mentioned. Alleged role of bomb explosions in NYC, and at the Pentagon and United States Capitol cited. [MILLER - comments.] possible sentence and lawsuits faced by Felt and Miller noted.
REPORTER: Carl Stern, Artist: Arthur Lien
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