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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 04, 1984
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(Studio) Yesterday's terrorist bombing of Montreal's train station recalled; another bomb threat reported issued today. Pope John Paul II mentioned scheduled to arrive there next week
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Montreal, Canada) Police questioning of American Thomas Brigham, who admitted writing letters threatening Pope, about possible relationship to train station bombing reported; details reviewed. Films shown. Brigham's son, a priest in Saint Louis, said claiming father has been mentally disturbed for some time. [Father Paul BRIGHAM - has never known father to be violent.] Today's bomb threat discussed.
REPORTER: Renee Ferguson

Ferguson, Renee;
Rather, Dan

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