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United States / Terrorism #274123

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 30, 1981
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(Studio) Weather Underground member David Gilbert, arrested following last wk.'s robbery of Brink's armored car, reported linked with another Brink's robbery; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Indictment of Eva Rosahn for last week's Brink's robbery noted; film shown. Authorities reported finding photograph of Richard Nixon's New Jersey home during raid of East Orange, New Jersey, apt. Search for Ronald Stanley Bridgeforth in connection with last week's robbery mentioned; his association with Marilyn Jean Buck, member of Black Liberation Army and believed link between BLA, Weather Underground and May 19 Coalition, discussed. [FBI agent Thomas DUHADWAY - comments on association] Questions remaining unanswered listed. [Former Weatherman Jim MELLEN - notes organization's inconsistency.] Extent of investigation mentioned.
REPORTER: David Culhane, Artist: John Davis

Culhane,, David;
Rather, Dan

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