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Weather Underground #273945

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1981
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(Studio) Weather Underground member Katherine Boudin reported arrested today following armored car robbery.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Details of arrest of Boudin and others examined; photos and names of slain police officers and armored car guard listed on screen. [WITNESS - describes shooting.] [Corrections ofr. Michael KOCH - explains his arrest of Boudin, using alias of Barbara Edson.] Background to Boudin's fugitive status recalled. [Leonard BOUDIN - will defend his daughter.] Terrorist paraphernalia discovered in apt. of robbery suspect noted. [New York City police cmsr. Robert McGUIRE - notes commitment to violence of group.]
REPORTER: David Culhane

(Studio) Weather Underground fugitives surfacing in recent years recalled incl. Bernadine Dohrn, William Ayers, Mark Rudd and Cathlyn Wilkerson; sentences given them and Wilkerson's response also recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Culhane, David;
Rather, Dan

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