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Brazil / Military Government #218634

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 15, 1971
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(Studio) Brazil Congressman demands investigation of disappearance of Stuart Jones; rumored Jones tortured and killed by military government 4 months ago.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Brazil, South America) [Pedro Paulo BRETAS - reporter interprets statements describing tortures endured after arrest by Brazil police.] Bretas and Manuel Dias members of revolutionary organization [Jovelina DIAS - through interpreter tells of being tortured.] Mil. considers revolutionaries involved in Communist subversion; those benefiting from economy growth fiercely nationalistic. [Former Brazilian diplomat Edmundo Barbosa da SILVA - calls Brazilian government democracy with discipline; says progress couldn't have been achieved without discipline.] [Education minister Jarbas PASSARINHO - hopes government will reach full democracy soon.]
REPORTER: Robert Schakne

Rather, Dan;
Schakne, Robert

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