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Haiti / Clinton / United States Occupation #151180

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 06, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Visit by President Clinton to the USS Eisenhower, stationed in Norfolk, Virginia, after transporting troops to Haiti, shown. [CLINTON - speaks about the accomplishments of the military in three weeks in Haiti.]

(Port-au-Prince: John McWethy) Emergence of a new threat in Haiti now that United States soldiers are arresting Haitian police members featured; scenes shown of the United States military presence on the streets of Port-au- Prince, Haiti. [Captain Lori STENDER, Spec. Philip COOPER, military police commander Colonel Mike SULLIVAN, military police liaison officer Major Dave LEMAUK - talk about the mission, the threat and trying to maintain order.]

Jennings, Peter;
McWethy, John

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