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Moscone-Milk Murders / White Chgd. #51887

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 28, 1978
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(Studio) Chgs. of murder lodged against former San Francisco city supervisor Dan White in assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and city supervisor Harvey Milk reported City resident's reactions to shootings described.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(San Francisco, California) Candlelight march on Monday night in memory of Moscone and Milk noted; gay community's turnout for march, due to Milk's avowed homosexuality and position in government, mentioned. Other reactions, by public and by security forces, described. Acting Mayor Dianne Feinstein's mtgs. with regard to funerals and about police investigation reported [FEINSTEIN - answers phone.] Details of White background and decision to turn self in given. [FEINSTEIN - outlines pressures White was under in government job, family and private business] Removal of Moscone's and Milk's bodies from morgue stated; funeral plans cited.
REPORTER: Ken Kashiwahara

(Studio) Incrd. security around mayors in several cities, include NYC, Los Angeles and Seattle, reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Kashiwahara, Ken;
Robinson, Max

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