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Cambodia / Air War Opposition #228575

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 18, 1973
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(Studio) Opposition to Cambodian bombing continues in Congress United States airmen flying missions also critical of United States policy.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Anderson AFB, Guam) American servicemen in Guam have been told not to talk publicly about United States policy in Indochina. Many B-52 missions over Cambodia originate from Guam. Servicemen who have written their Congress criticizing US Indochina policy have later faced court-martial. Nevertheless, some servicemen continue to speak out. [Captain James STRAIN - says feels US involvement in Cambodia illegal. War there is basically civil war. Many other servicemen feel same way.] [S/sergeant Roy SIMERLY - says he's killing hundreds every day for no reason. Feels like a paid killer.]
REPORTER: Bruce Dunning

(Studio) Captain Strain and 2 other officers have filed suit in Brooklyn to stop bombing.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Reporter(s):
Dunning, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger
Duration:
00:04:10

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