We are completely convinced of the integrity of Twenty One as a program and of the integrity of its producers Barry & Enright. —NBC statement, Aug. 28

After seven weeks of investigating charges against Twenty One, a New York County grand jury last week brought in its first indictment. Arrested on a two-count perjury charge: Producer Albert Freedman, 36, employed since 1956 by Emcee Jack Barry and Dan Enright, creators of the defunct show that once rated No. 1 in the nation, Said the indictment: Freedman "knowingly lied" when he told the grand jury...

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