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Atlanta Killings #275716

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 28, 1981
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(Studio) Demonstrations said held in several cities to show support for Atlanta residents in current black child murder crisis.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Atlanta, Georgia) Search of area in Cobb Cnty. where last victim was found described. [Cnty. medical examiner Dr. Joseph BURTON - comments with regard to animal skeletons being found.] Prayer vigil in Atlanta noted. Jefferson City, Missouri, and Cincinnati, Ohio, demonstrations in support of Atlanta residents and families of victims described. Chattanooga, Tennessee, demonstration reported Victim Clifford Jones said a Chattanooga resident who was visiting Atlanta. Green ribbons said worn by basketball players in Providence College-Georgetown Univ. game to show their support. [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, resident Georgia DEAN - explains why she organized green ribbon campaign in her city.] Atlanta, Georgia, blue ribbon campaign to raise money for families of victims described.

Ford, Sam;
Schieffer, Bob

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