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Puerto Rican Ntlsts. #266135

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 10, 1979
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(Studio) 4 Puerto Rican ntlsts., released from prison after clemency from President Carter, reported meeting in Chicago for ntlist. rally.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Saint Louis, Missouri) Oscar Collazo, attempted assassin of Harry Truman in 1950, reported offering no remorse for incident; his release from prison, accompanied by wife Rosa, shown. [COLLAZO - says he has no remorse; says he'll be grateful to Carter when last United States soldier leaves Puerto Rico.] Collazo's sentiments said echoed by Irving Rodriguez, Rafael Cancel-Miranda and Lolita Lebron, involved in 1954 attack on House of Representatives [LEBRON - says she's stronger and more committed than ever.] Chicago meeting of ntlists. and future plans reported Films shown.
REPORTER: Bob McNamara (KOLA-TV, KMOX-TV newstapes)

Mudd, Roger

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