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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / AIDS / Savitz #585785

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 29, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Gary Matsumoto) Case of Edward "Uncle Ed" Savitz, an AIDS patient who allegedly had sex with numerous teen boys in his Philadelphia apartment, featured; scenes shown of him being arrested on new charges today; charges against him, amount of his bail noted. [Assistant district attorney Charley EARLICH - describes where Savitz will be held.] [Savitz' attorney Barnaby WITTELS - talks about treatment Savitz has received.] Savitz' purchase of teen boys' soiled socks and underwear mentioned. [Philadelphia AIDS Crisis Hotline Francis STOFFA - comments on volume of calls.]

Reporter(s):
Matsumoto, Gary;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:02:20

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