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Chicago 8 Trial / Hoffman Protest #7295

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 29, 1969
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(Studio) Charges and countercharges about Chicago 8 trial hurled about.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Chicago, Illinois) Judge Julius Hoffman drops contempt charges against 4 defense attys. and allows them to withdraw. 2 defense attys. offer mistrial motion; motion denied. 200 attys. hold march around Federal Building [Former Defense Attorney Michael KENNEDY - calls Hoffman injudicious, intemperate, and impatient. Hoffman not fit to sit as judge in US.] United States Attorney Thomas Foran criticizes defense cnsl. Sculptured clenched fist placed on defense table.
REPORTER: Hugh Hill Artist: Anthony Accurso

Hill, Hugh;
Reynolds, Frank

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