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Career Criminals #274434

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 19, 1981
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(Studio) Increase in crime outlined; President Reagan's call for crackdown on career criminals recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) City's crackdown on career criminals examined; Larry Brodsky's case cited as example [BRODSKY - describes robbery.] [Police commissioner Robert McGUIRE - notes extent of problem.] Ulysses Green, Thomas Frank, "Max", all considered career criminals, discussed; details outlined on screen. ["MAX" - discusses his robberies.] [Ofr. John JUSSEN - comments.] Uniqueness of NYC's program considered. [ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) spokesperson Dorothy SAMUELS - explains opposition to program.] [McGUIRE - responds.] Police department's defense of crackdown examined. [Max's VICTIM - reacts to sentence given him.]
REPORTER: Jane Wallace

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Jane

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