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Bus. of Fear (Part II) #301055

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Atlanta, Georgia) Sec. industry's profitable exploitation of public's fear of crime examined; scenes shown. [SALESMAN - cites false rape statistics to promote product] [Criminologist Charles THOMAS, sociologist Geoffrey ALPERT - accuse security industry of exploiting human fears, emotions.] [Burglar and Fire Alarm Association spokesperson Jack McABOY - denies allegations.] [Police Commander Bill BOOTH - cites relationship between recent Night Stalker killings in Los Angeles and push for private security] [McABOY - agrees.] [Homebuyer Roberta ROLLINGS - admits new home's built-in security system was selling point] [Dallas sergeant John ZIHLMAN - cites economy drain on police department of false alarms.] [Pvt. security guard Mike FICHMAN - describes job.]
REPORTER: Peter Van Sant

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter
Duration:
00:03:50

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