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Montana / Anti-Government Group / Standoff #165516

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 30, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Jordan, MT: Carol Lin) The continuing standoff between government agents and the Freemen group in Montana featured; scenes shown from near the ranch property in Jordan, MT; details given of concerns that militiamen from across the country are coming to the site. [Rancher Kenneth COULTER - wants a resolution.] [Militia member Kamala WEBB - predicts a shootout.] [Steve MANGUM - expresses concern about his daughter being at the ranch.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) Groups, like the Freemen, who hold a deep distrust for the federal government, featured; scenes shown from Bellevue, WA and Franklin, North Carolina. [Citizens for Constitutional Law Chuck MOORE, Joseph REGIS, Richard MACK; anti-government activist Garry Reynolds MACLEAN - criticize the government.] The mixed opinions about the Freemen on the Internet quoted.

Brown, Aaron;
Lin, Carol;
Muller, Judy

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