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Sanctuary Movement / Trial, Commentary #300522

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 1985
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(Studio) Jury selection reported beginning in Arizona trial of Sanctuary movement workers; details given, scenes shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Tucson, Arizona) Commentary concerns government crackdown on Sanctuary movement workers' aid to Central American political refugees; scenes shown. [Reverend John FIFE - notes government uses same tactics as USSR , condemned by President Reagan and others.] [Prosecutor Don. RENO - defs. arrests.] Role of paid informant Jesus Cruz noted. [Sister Darlene NICGORSKI - fears government's infiltration of churches undermines country's basic freedoms.] [Marianne FIFE - notes increase distrust of parishioners due to situation.] [FIFE - thinks government is strengthening Sanctuary movement]
REPORTER: Bill Moyers

Moyers, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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