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Von Bulow Verdict #77103

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 16, 1982
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(Studio) Claus von Bulow reported found guilty of attempted murder of wife.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Newport, Rhode Island) Court scenes shown. Verdict reported [Voice of clerk John McGANN - asks for verdicts.] [Voice of jury forewoman Barbara CONNETT - renders verdicts.] Reactions reported Scenes of Maria Schrallhammer's testimony shown. [SCHRALLHAMMER - recalls Sunny von Bulow's first coma.] Details of trial recalled. Alexandra Isles shown on stand. Von Bulow home in Newport contrasted with prison at Cranston. Von Bulow shown leaving cthse. as crowd cheers him, shouts "He's innocent." [Defense attorney Herald FAHRINGER - reacts to verdict.] Prosecutor Stephen FAMIGLIETTI - reacts to verdict.] [Juror David TAFFS - says "reasonable doubt" was chief burden for jury.] Von Bulow appeal anticipated. Von Bulow said now in New York City visiting 14-yr.-old daughter Cosima.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

(Studio) Von Bulow said facing another indictment if verdict stands and Sunny von Bulow dies.

Reporter(s):
Robinson, Max;
Sherr, Lynn
Duration:
00:03:20

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