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Montana / Freemen Standoff / Broderick Fraud #166171

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 07, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Jordan, MT: Jack Smith) The dwindling hopes for an end to the standoff between the authorities and the Montana Freemen despite the leaving of the compound by Val Stanton and her daughter featured; scenes shown from the Jordan, MT, ranch. [Negotiator John JOHNSON, neighbor Bill WRIGHT - comment on the Freemen.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Lancaster, California: Brian Rooney) Seminars by a woman named Elizabeth Broderick to teach people how to settle their debts without money in a manner paralleling that of the Montana Freemen featured; details given of Broderick's "warrant" methodology, which has been deemed fraudulent by the courts. [March 24, BRODERICK - lectures.] [Victim Nancy COLE - calls them con artists.]

Rooney, Brian;
Simpson, Carole;
Smith, Jack

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