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Vietnam Fishermen / KKK #276980

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 10, 1981
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(Studio) Case of Vietnam fishermen versus Ku Klux Klan noted going to trial tomorrow in Houston, Texas.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Seabrook, Texas) Net-mending by Texas and Vietnam shrimpers shown. Over-fishing said blamed by some for trouble. Ku Klux Klan role reported [Grand Dragon, Texas Ku Klux Klan Louis BEAM - addresses crowd.] Court hearing tomorrow reported Beam said urging state to buy Vietnam boats in order to settle issue. Vietnam said claiming desire to sell out, but buyers find prices too high. [Potential Buyer Tom WALDROP - says prices unreasonable.] [Vietnam Fisherman SU Van Do - doubts buyers' intentions.] Some evidence of reconciliation noted.
REPORTER: David Dick

Dean, Morton;
Dick, David

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