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Holland / Siege #252336

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 30, 1977
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(Studio) South Moluccan terrorists continue siege in Holland and say they'll release hostages on certain conditions.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Holland) Details of revised requests from terrorists and situations at train and school sites noted. Former hostage in South Moluccan train seizure in 1975 gives idea of train conditions now. [WOMAN - says even when it's happening, it's as if it's bad dream and not real.] Dutch psychiatrist, who treated 1975 victims, says terrorists and hostages may have become friends. [Dr. Wybe VANDYK - says all begin to get feeling they're in same situation and should try to come out together.] Source close to terrorists says they were prepared not to get emotionally involved with hostages.

Lee, Mike;
Schieffer, Bob

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