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Grenada / Invasion Aftermath #287797

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 06, 1983
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(Studio) United States military reported turning over Grenadian coup leaders Bernard Coard and General Hudson Austin to island authorities; details given, films shown. Alleged discovery of mass graves on Grenada, possibly include remains of former Prime Min. Maurice Bishop, reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Grenada) Continued tour of region by congress delegation, under instructions of Representative Thomas O'Neill, examined; focus of visit outlined. [CHILD - claims to have been afraid prior to invasion.] [Saint George's Med. School spokesperson Robert JORDAN - alleges coup leaders couldn't be trusted.] [Reverend David HASLAND - doesn't believe Cubans would have used force had they not been attacked.] [Representative Michael BARNES - explains changing stance on invasion decision.]
REPORTER: Steve Kroft

Kroft, Steve;
Dean, Morton

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