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El Salvador #276985

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 10, 1981
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(Studio) Hopeful signs for peace said noted by archbishop in El Salvador following arrest of troops for deaths of 4 American women last December
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(La Libertad, El Salvador) Father Paul Schindler's role noted. Schindler's church service shown. Unresponsive native crowd noted. Dead women recalled. [SCHINDLER - sees arrest as positive sign.] Defense Min. Jose Garcia's announcement of arrests and statement that chgs. await further evidence from United States reported Garcia shown. FBI role noted. Garcia said needing incrd. military aid from US. Material already received by El Salvador for fight with leftist guerrillas reported Reagan administration said supporting El Salvador's government in fight with guerrillas and linking additional aid to punishment of those guilty of women's murders.
REPORTER: Charles Kraus

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Kraus, Charles
Duration:
00:02:40

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