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DeLorean #75171

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 29, 1982
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(Studio) Bail for John DeLorean reported incrd. today as he and co-defs. were formally indicted on drug chgs.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Los Angeles, California) Indictment against DeLorean, William Hetrick and Steven Arrington examined. [US attorney Stephen TROTT - notes additional chgs. against Hetrick and DeLorean.] DeLorean's efforts to meet bail described. his other legal problems concerning DeLorean Motor Company discussed. ID rancher Clark Higley's claim that DeLorean and his associates exploited others financially noted. [HIGLEY - claims small business people were exploited.] [Former prisoner Sherman LATTIMORE - describes DeLorean's morale, activities.] DeLorean's possible release tonight mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Schell

Robinson, Max;
Schell, Tom

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