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Von Bulow #540071

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 06, 1985
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(Studio) Claus von Bulow's optimism over second trial on attempted murder chgs. reported.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(NYC) [Rhode Island attorney general Arlene VIOLET - believes second trial will result in conviction.] Background to case reviewed; films shown. [Defense attorney Alan DERSHOWITZ - notes new aspects of case now.] Focus of defense attys., incl. testimony by Johnny Carson's former wife Joanna Carson, and Truman Capote, outlined. [April, 1984, von BULOW - praises friends for their loyalty.] Estimated size of Sunny von Bulow's estate mentioned.
REPORTER: Jennifer McLogan

McLogan, Jennifer;
Palmer, John

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