ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 08, 1992
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(San Jose, California: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(No location given: Karen Burnes) ABC News investigation into the dismissal of employees of Ross Perot's EDS company for health reasons examined; case of Bobby Joe King, who died of AIDS after being fired by EDS, examined. Memos from Perot Systems Corp. reported showing that Perot himself was involved with decisions about personnel issues. [Former Perot employee Rick MEADOR - talks about the case of Perot Systems worker Patty Phillips, who was fired when he asked for help for her handicapped son.] [Meador's supervisor Anne HONEYWELL - comments on the case.] Perot's response noted.
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