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Farber / Free Press vs. Fair Trial Issue #55524

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 04, 1978
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(Studio) "New York Times" reporter Myron Farber's imprisonment in Bergen Cnty., New Jersey, noted. His involvement in case based on conflict between 1st and 6th Amendments outlined. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall's decision stated.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Hackensack, New Jersey) Farber's wait for Marshall's decision in New York City apt. with wife and departure for New Jersey with "New York Times" executive editor A.M. Rosenthal noted. Details given about sentences against Farber and "Times" in murder case of Dr. Mario Jascalevich, on trial for alleged part in murders at Oradell Hospital in Riverdale, New Jersey. [FARBER - believes he will be vindicated when case goes to Supreme Court] [ROSENTHAL - comments on case and reporters' confidentiality of sources.]
REPORTER: Bill Stewart

Reynolds, Frank;
Stewart, Bill

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