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United States / Terrorism #274042

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 27, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Arrest of Republic of New Africa spokesperson Cynthia Boston in connection with last week's Brink's armored car robbery examined; cohort William Johnson said still sought. [CHILD - describes police assault.] [Leroy BOSTON - doesn't understand FBI's interest in his daughter.] Black Liberation Army members Don. Weems and Marilyn Buck noted still at large; photos shown. Death of Sam Smith in Queens, New York shoot-out last Friday recalled. [US attorney John MARTIN - considers possibility of terrorist network linking various radical orgs.] Arraignment of Weather Underground fugitives Eleanor Raskin and Jeffrey Jones reported; details given. Attorney William Kunstler reported claiming client Nathaniel Burns, arrested in Queens episode, has been beaten by police. [KUNSTLER - describes alleged beating.] Current status of FBI investigation mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Young, Artist: Al Herr

Rather, Dan;
Young,, Steve

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