CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 18, 1984
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REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Belfast, North Ireland) Contd. violence here between police and Protestants examined; films shown. Protests over government's use of paid informers to combat terrorism discussed; informer's role in one case cited as example Econ. factors contributing to unrest considered. [City cnclman. Paddy DEVLIN - feels impoverished are easy prey for the paramilitants.] Possibility that Protestant rioting is in reaction to outpouring of sympathy for demonstrator Sean Downes, slain by police Sunday North `Ireland's legislature said meeting in emergency session next week to deal with problem.
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely
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