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Seattle / Neo-Nazi Trial #301562

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 30, 1985
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REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Seattle, WA) Verdict in trial here of The Order mbrs., neo-Nazis, examined; background to chgs. against them reviewed. [US attorney Gene WILSON - thinks govt has sent message to extremists.] [Defense attorney Brian PHILLIPS - is disappointed in verdict.] [Juror Margorie SANDERS - defs. verdict.] Defs. recalled linked to murder of talk show host Alan Berg and armored car robberies. The Order's background, beginning with the Aryan Nation neo-Nazi organization in ID, reviewed. [December 11, The Order mbrs. Randolph DUEY, Gary YARBROUGH - explain their desire to overthrow government]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry;
Kuralt, Charles

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