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Philippines / Aquino Report #293982

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 23, 1984
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Manila, Philippines) Govt. commission investigating last year's assassination of Benigno Aquino noted split on findings; minority report presented dictator Ferdinand Marcos today by commission chairperson Corazon Agrava noted differing from tomorrow's majority report Both reports discussed; majority report said naming Marcos aide General Fabian Ver as chief conspirator in assassination plot. [Opposition leader Salvador LAUREL - accuses Agrava of trying to protect Marcos.] [General Luther CUSTODIO - denies conspiracy.] Marcos' response to Agrava's report described; political implications for him with tomorrow's report explained.
REPORTER: Wyatt Andrews

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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