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DeLorean Case / Flynt #81564

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 01, 1983
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REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Los Angeles, California) Arrest today of "Hustler" magazine publisher Larry Flynt for failure to appear in court with alleged audio tape of suspected drug dealer John DeLorean ostensibly attempting to withdraw from deal with FBI operative James Hoffman examined, shown. [FLYNT - wants media coverage if shot again.] Flynt's role in providing FBI videotapes of DeLorean to press and impact on scheduled starting date of DeLorean's trial recalled; Judge Robert Takasugi's order for Flynt to appear in court with disputed tape today noted. Flynt's claim today that entire affair was publicity stunt and gratefulness for press coverage quoted.
REPORTER: Judd Rose Artist: Bill Lignante

Jennings, Peter;
Rose, Judd

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