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New York City / Steinberg Trial #560298

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 02, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced. (NYC: Michele Gillen) Trial of Joel Steinberg, disbared attorney accused of murdering his adopted daughter, Elizabeth Steinberg, discussed. [Steinberg's ex-lover, Hedda NUSSBAUM - testifies with regard to lover's physical and emotional abuses and murder of child; says Steinberg smoked cocaine after child's death.] [Nussbaum's psychiatrist Dr. Samuel KLAGSBURN - says Nussbaum was Steinberg's slave.] [NUSSBAUM - describes having to ask Steinberg's permission before she could eat.] [National Center for Child Abuse Dr. Richard KRUGMAN - says if spouse abuses other spouse, then children will be abused also.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Gillen, Michele

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