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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 1981
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(Studio) Black Liberation Army fugitive Anthony LaBorde reported possibly involved in last April's murder of police ofr. as well as recent Brink's armored car robbery; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Jackson, Mississippi) Cynthia Boston, arrested yesterday, said identification as Fulani Sunni-Ali, information minister for Republic of New Africa organization 1971 shoot-out between police and RNA recalled; photos shown. RNA's purpose and claims that it has been victim of FBI's counterintelligence operations noted. Boston's husband, William Johnson, mentioned as possibly involved in Tuesday's Brinks robbery.
REPORTER: Marty Sender (WLBT-TV Newstape)

Rather, Dan

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