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Philippines / Violence and Guns #117111

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 30, 1988
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Gunning down of Filipino guard on way to job at Clark Air Force Base in Manila, Philippines, reported Arsenal of weapons reported found in home of Ferdinand Marcos loyalist. Report introduced.

(Manila, Philippines: Mark Litke) Outbreak of violence in sts. of Philippines featured; details given, scenes shown. [Voice of President Corazon AQUINO - discusses criminal anarchy taking place.] Availability of weaponry in Philippines reported [Gun DEALER - says politicians and landowners are biggest customers.] Photos shown of violence in Philippines in days before Marcos declared martial law. [Philippine senate Ernesto MACEDA - comments on shootings.] [Constabulary's colonel Jose ANDAYA - says can't prohibit citizens from getting guns for own protection.]

Reporter(s):
Litke, Mark;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:10

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