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Maine / South Vietnam Woman, American Husband #240320

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 06, 1975
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(Studio) Most Vietnam coming to United States face uncertain future; for 1, future didn't seem uncertain till she arrived home in Bangor, ME.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Bangor, ME) South Vietnam woman says she married United States serviceman, Michael Green, in South Vietnam 6 years ago. Green left Vietnam when Vu Thi Lan 8 mos. pregnant; she planned to join Green after birth of baby. Vu Thi Lan discusses meeting with Green and his wife since 1970 at Bangor airport. [Vu Thi LAN - says she feels nothing for Green, but feels sorry for herself.] Green faces possible bigamy charges. Vu Thi, daughter and nephew plan to stay in Bangor. [Bangor policewoman Reva ROLNICK - says Vu Thi has had 10 legitimate job offers. Many people in Bangor want to help Vu Thi.]
REPORTER: Lee Thornton

Reporter(s):
Mudd, Roger;
Thornton, Lee
Duration:
00:02:20

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