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Vietnam-US Relations / MIA Information / Schweitzer #138127

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 23, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The MIA (missing in action) question noted. [President BUSH - says Vietnam has agreed to give us all its MIA (missing in action) evidence.]

(Washington: James Walker) ABC News exclusive on the role of one man, Ted Schweitzer, in getting Vietnam to release its MIA documents featured. [SCHWEITZER - describes the materials he was shown.] His efforts to publish a book and his later hiring by the Pentagon to return to Vietnam for more information detailed. Information resolving the case of MIA (missing in action) Major Joseph Morrison outlined. [Son and daughter Jed MORRISON and Cindy McCLANAHAN - say photographs showed their dead father.] [SCHWEITZER - explains that the documents are deteriorating.]

Jennings, Peter;
Walker, James

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