Former Assistant US Attorney in the trial of the Chicago 7, Dick Schultz: ‘These were violent revolutionaries who the public believes…were lovable kids…’

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FILE – In this Aug. 29, 1968, file photo, Chicago Police attempt to disperse demonstrators outside the Conrad Hilton, the downtown headquarters for the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. During the convention, hundreds of demonstrators waged war with police and National Guardsmen on the streets of Chicago. (AP Photo/Michael Boyer, File)

Former Assistant US Attorney in the trial of the Chicago 7, Dick Schultz, joins John Williams to compare and contrast the events of the trial, the riots during the 1968 Chicago Democratic National Convention, and the way it was depicted in the Netflix adaptation of the events in “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”

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