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Democratic Convention Violence / Walker Report #984

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 02, 1968
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(Studio) Dan. Walker, director of study of violence at Democratic Convention in Chicago, defends report
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Chicago, Illinois) Walker holds news conference with regard to report, which is critical of police. [WALKER - places blame on those policemen guilty of indiscriminate violence.] Chicago police go about duties. [POLICEMAN - refuses comment on Walker report] [2nd POLICEMAN - believes force used by police during Democratic Convention justified. Report unjust.] [3rd POLICEMAN - says what demonstrators did should be shown.] [4th POLICEMAN - refuses comment.] Mayor Richard Daley response to report noted.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

(Studio) Reaction to report mixed.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Murphy, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank

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