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Israel / West Bank / Fugitives #129069

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 11, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Villa Park, California: John Martin) ABC News investigation into murder case in which the fugitives have found a haven from American justice in the West Bank featured; details given of bombing murder of Los Angeles businesswoman's secretary Patricia Wilkerson ten years ago. [Postal inspector Michael AHERN - says evidence links Robert and Rochelle Manning to bomb.] Other bombing cases, including murder of Alex Odeh in which Jewish extremist Robert Manning is suspect, reviewed; scenes shown. [Author of book on Rabbi Meir Kehane, founder of the Jewish Defense League, Robert I. FRIEDMAN - says these bombings fit Jewish Defense League targets.] Failure of Israeli officials to arrest the Mannings due to issue of United States refusal to recognize Israel's sovereignty in the West Bank explained. [Israeli justice minister Ruth RABIN - says issue is dormant here.] [Victim's daughter Pamela WILKERSON - says someone should do something about this murder case.] [Widow Norma ODEH - comments.] Paralysis of wheels of justice because United States and Israel refuse to act reiterated.

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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