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Abortion Violence / Brookline, Massachusetts / Legal Pressures #158741

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 11, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) More abortion-related violence in Brookline, Massachusetts, the site of last December's murders, reported; scenes shown of demonstrations outside an abortion clinic.

(Mineola, New York: Julie Johnson) The legal battles stemming from abortion violence examined; details given of the case in which the owner of a Long Island, New York, building housing an abortion clinic wants to evict the tenant because of the fear of violence. [Landlord Ronald MOREY, clinic attorney David ROSENBERG, Lincoln Planned Parenthood Chris FUNK, anti-abortion activist Pam TABOR - talk about the fear and the new legal pressures.]

Crier, Catherine;
Johnson, Julie

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