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Bosnia / Peace Mission / War Crimes / Lee and Elvis #167973

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The excavation of mass grave sites in Srebrenica, Bosnia, and the burial of victims of the first mass executions in the war in 1992 reported; scenes shown.

(Danville, Pennsylvania: Antonio Mora) The story of a wounded Bosnian, whose plight was written about on the Internet by film maker Cynthia Lee, featured; excerpts shown from her film "A Wound to the Soul". [LEE - says she wanted to tell the story of the Bosnian children in the hospital.] [Wounded 12-year-old Elvis MUHIC - (thru translator) describes the rocket explosion.] The launching in Scranton/Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, on a TV-led campaign to save the boy's leg detailed. [News director Frank ANDREWS - says the story gave Bosnia a face, the face of an innocent victim.] [Danville, Pennsylvania, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Fred HESS, LEE - comment on Elvis's surgery.]

Mora, Antonio;
Simpson, Carole

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