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Lebanon / Hostage / Anderson #132987

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 04, 1991
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Damascus: Charles Glass) Release of Terry Anderson, the last American held hostage in Lebanon, featured; scenes shown. [In Damascus, Syria, ANDERSON - expresses thanks; describes his last day in captivity.] The remaining prisoners mentioned.

(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Reaction of Anderson's family and friends featured; scenes shown. [Brother John ANDERSON, COUSIN, Associated Press COLLEAGUE - comment.] Report introduced.

(New York: Morton Dean) Anderson's kidnapping and captivity reviewed; scenes shown of Anderson before the kidnapping on videotape; conditions described under which Anderson and fellow hostages (named) were held; photos shown of Anderson's relatives. Role of his sister Peggy Say in lobbying for his release noted. 1988 and 1991 videotapes of Anderson shown.

Dean, Morton;
Donaldson, Sam;
Glass, Charles

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