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White Verdict #59659

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 22, 1979
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(Studio) Rioting in San Francisco after manslaughter verdict returned in Dan White murder trial; White's murder of Mayor George Moscone and supervise Harvey Milk, leader of gay community, recalled. Parole within 5 years said possible with verdict.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(San Francisco, California) Rioting by minority of gay community, opposed by gay leaders, detailed, shown. [Supv. Harry BRITT - calls verdict serious act of violence.] Extent of damage examined. Planned celebration of Milk's birthday tonight and fears of further violence cited; concerns with regard to effect of violence on relations between gay community and rest of city stated.
REPORTER: Ken Kashiwahara (KGO film/tape)

(Studio) Jury foreman in trial quoted in "San Francisco Examiner" interview with regard to verdict.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Kashiwahara, Ken;
Robinson, Max

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