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Refugees / Texas #265603

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 13, 1979
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Seadrift, Texas) Conflict between Seadrift, Texas, locals and Vietnamese refugees resettled there examined [Sarah Aplin VINSON - criticizes refugees.] Background on conflict given. Murder of Billy Joe Aplin, allegedly by 2 refugees, recalled; details given, photos shown. Exodus and eventual return of some refugees noted. [Hua NGUYEN (thru Interpreter) says he had to return to work.] Criticism of refugees' fishing methods by victim's father outlined. [Father B.T. APLIN - comments.] [Mayor Rayburn (sic) HAYNIE - criticizes Washington, DC for way they resettled refugees.] Scope of problem considered.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara (KIII newstape)

McNamara, Bob;
Mudd, Roger

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