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Nuclear Tests / Utah Trial #281673

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 17, 1982
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(Studio) Landmark court case with regard to nuclear fallout from 1950's tests in Nevada noted going on in Salt Lake City, UT.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Salt Lake City, UT) Details of case, before Judge Bruce Jenkins, given. Residents in NV, Utah and Arizona said involved. 1956 home movie shown. Fallout said carried over towns like Saint George and Washington, UT. Death of Sheldon Nyson from leukemia mentioned. [Mother, Helen NYSON - comments.] Observations of tests by high school students in Bunkerville, NV, given. [Leukemia victim Gloria GREGERSON - comments.] Arguments of attys. Ralph Hunsaker and Henry Gill cited.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen Artist: Howard Brodie

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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