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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Anti-abortion forces said planning to make public a "deadly dozen" list of doctors performing abortions for the 22nd anniversary of Roe versus Wade.
(Atlanta: Linda Pattillo) The investigation into whether there is a conspiracy linking anti-abortion acts of violence featured; scenes shown from the October 16, 1993, videotape of an anti-abortion protest outside the home of a Milwaukee, WI, doctor that some see as a turning point in the movement and of anti-abortion protesters convicted of violent crimes. [Jackson, Mississippi, anti-abortion activist C. Roy McMILLAN - supports the use of violence against clinics and abortionists.] [Clinic director Susan HILL, Feminist Majority Fund Eleanor SMEAL - respond.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Pattillo, Linda
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