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Jordan / Shooting #270991

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 01, 1980
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[Tape begins at 6:10:30.]

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Fort Wayne, IN) President Carter's visit to Fort Wayne to see Vernon Jordan shown, Jordan's condition following shooting given. [Saint John's CME Church Reverend Kenneth ACEY - prays for Vernon Jordan.] Martha Coleman's refusal to be interviewed until Tuesday cited as delaying case. [Allen Cnty. prosecutor Arnold DUEMLING - says county grand jury would take 2 wks. to subpoena Coleman.] [Neighbor Lee KRAUSKOFF - comments re: Martha Coleman.] [Hotel clerk Craig WATSON - rmks. with regard to composure of Coleman after shooting.] [Hotel clerk Lee PENSE - describes Coleman as calm.]

Dean, Morton;
Faw, Bob

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