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Sadat Assassination #274195

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 06, 1981
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(Studio) President Anwar Sadat's assassination reported.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Cairo, Egypt) Details of assassination examined; films shown. (Camera and sound operators' names appear on screen.) Vice President Hosni Mubarak and defense min. Abu Ghazala incld. in report UASF Lieutenant Colonel Charles Loney, United States Air Force Captain Christopher Ryan and Marine Major Jerald Agenbroad noted present during shooting. Independent Org. for the Liberation of Egypt said claiming responsibility for assassination. Sufi Abu Taleb, speaker of Peoples' Assembly, noted president pro tem.
REPORTER: Mitchell Krauss

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) [President REAGAN - comments on Sadat's murder.] United States forces in Mideast said on low level alert; vice president Mubarak's remarks on Camp David accords noted easing concern here.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Studio) [Gerald FORD, Henry KISSINGER, Cyrus VANCE, Herman EILTS, Edward KENNEDY, Jimmy CARTER - praise Sadat.] Americans wounded in attack said identified by Pentagon as Colonel Charles D. Loney, Captain Christopher Ryan and Major Jerald River Agenbroad; photos shown. Extent of United States forces in Mideast outlined on map.

Krauss, Mitchell;
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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