Andy Whitfield Birthday, Date of Birth

Andy Whitfield

Andy Whitfield (17 October 1971 – 11 September 2011) was a British actor. He was best known for his leading role in the Starz television series Spartacus: Blood and Sand.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, July 17, 1972
Place of Birth
Amlwch
Age
48
Star Sign

The July 17, 1972 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 198 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 48 years old. Your last birthday was on the Friday, July 17, 2020, 95 days ago. Your next birthday is on Saturday, July 17, 2021, in 269 days. You have lived for 17,627 days, or about 423,050 hours, or about 25,383,019 minutes, or about 1,522,981,155 seconds.

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17th of July 1972 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 17, 1972

Freedom Alert

Date: 17 July 1972

ed on Fed Govt's attempts to investigate Unitarian Universalist Church and prosecute its subsidiary Beacon Press for publishing Sen Gravel's version of Pentagon papers; holds Govt's action is harassment that imperils not only press freedom but const rights involving religion and assn as well

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Ellsberg-Case Jury Is Expected to Have Strong War Critics

Date: 18 July 1972

By FRED P. GRAHAMSpecial to The New York Times

Fred GRAHAMSpecial

Pentagon papers case defense attys on July 17 file affidavits by 3 persons with experience in handling classified material, who say they believe that jurors who have or have had security clearances would tend to be prejudiced against defendants Ellsberg and Russo; Fed Dist Judge Byrne nears completion of questioning of 2d panel of 16 prospective jurors; as juror selection progresses it appears certain that jury will contain some strong critics of Vietnam war since prosecution does not have enough peremptory challenges left to eliminate all those with anti-Vietnam sentiments

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SECRET VOLUMES AT ISSUE IN TRIAL; U.S. Wants Use Confined to Pentagon Papers Court

Date: 17 July 1972

By FRED P. GRAHAMSpecial to The New York Times

Fred GRAHAMSpecial

Fed Dist Judge W M Byrne Jr is expected to rule on Govt's motion, made during wk of July 9, to keep out of public record 4 unpublished volumes of Pentagon papers, which defense wishes to use as evidence in prosecuting D Ellsberg and A J Russo; defense attys protest that new precedent would be set if Byrne agrees to let volumes be used as evidence and discussed freely during trial, but still kept secret from press and public; says that to do so will deny Ellsberg and Russo guarantee of public trial, because Govt would be prosecuting them on evidence that would be kept from public

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Saigon Acts Against A.P. In Report on Offensive

Date: 18 July 1972

Saigon mil command has suspended for 2 mos, effective July 12, mil press accreditation of chief AP correspondent R H Pyle; says AP violated ground rules in releasing news of S Vietnam's northern counteroffensive

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Publisher Calls Beacon Press Case Threat to Freedom

Date: 18 July 1972

By HENRY RAYMONT

Henry RAYMONT

Assn of Amer Publishers chmn R L Bernstein denounces attempt by US Justice Dept to prosecute Beacon Press for publishing Sen Gravel's version of Pentagon papers, s, July 17 meeting, NYC; says if Govt presses criminal charges filed against Beacon in Jan '72 it would pose 'huge threat to book publishing in the US'; calls for $100,000 Beacon Press defense fund; recommends that Random House, where he is pres, contribute $2,500; Unitarian Universalist Assn pres Dr R N West accuses Govt of using grand jury proceedings 'to create the same chilling effect on dissent in the 1970's that Sen Joseph McCarthy sought in the 1950's'; says that within last 2 wks Beacon Press editor-in-chief has been served subpoena by FBI to appear as witness at trial of Ellsberg and Russo, accused of releasing Pentagon papers to press; says similar subpoena has been issued to MIT Press dir H T Webber, who was offered Gravel's manuscript in summer of '71 but turned it down; says subpoena calls for all documents dealing with Gravel's offer

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Reporters' Group Opposes Ban on News of Hijackings

Date: 17 July 1972

NY Reporters Assn says on July 16 that Govt suppression of news coverage of airplane hijackings would 'sabotage the public's right to know' and might possibly be used by Govt for 'self-serving purposes,' lr to Sec Volpe

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Jersey Assembly Rejects Proposal for Income Tax; Jersey Assembly Rejects Income Tax

Date: 18 July 1972

By RONALD SULLIVANSpecial to The New York Times

NJ Assembly rejects Gov Cahill's tax reform program, which would have enabled state to take over entire costs of state's pss

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MICKELSON QUITS MEDIA-STUDY UNIT; Director Questions Methods in TV News Bias Report

Date: 17 July 1972

Special to The New York Times

Amer Inst for Pol Communication study charging TV networks with bias in news reptg cites material said to be against the Nixon Adm's Vietnam policy

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DOCTOR IS BACKED IN NEWSMAN CASE; Newark Trial Witness Says She Heard No Threats

Date: 18 July 1972

Special to The New York Times

PTA pres V Scott testifies on July 17 that she was standing near Dr E W Garrett at Apr meeting of Newark Bd of Educ and that at no time did she hear him threaten F Butterfield (NY Times) or J Cervase, bd member; charges against Garrett include threatening lives of Butterfield and Cervase and interfering with activities of reporter

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Rangers Take Heat Off Fans

Date: 17 July 1972

because of excessive heat in Arlington during daylight hrs, starting time of all Sunday twilight games during July and August have been moved back from 6:30 to 8:30 PM

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