ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 24, 1972
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(Studio) Prime Mins. of Britain and Irish Republic meet to discuss Northern Ireland. England wants Ireland to take tougher stand on IRA.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Belfast, North Ireland) Statistics given of deaths due to violence in North Ireland for past 3 years This year 400 dead. People afraid to talk to police for fear of reprisals. [Police superintendent David CUSHLEY - man recently assassinated prior to his giving evidence in murder case.] Now police have device by which informers cam call police and have information recorded, anonymously.
REPORTER: George Watson
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