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Neo-Nazi Manhunt, Arkansas Siege #303144

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 21, 1985
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(Studio) Arrest of neo-Nazi David Tate, suspect in Missouri police shootings, reported
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Forsyth, Missouri) Tate's arrest for shooting of Missouri highway patrol ofr. Jimmie Linegar featured; films shown. [Prosecutor Jim JUSTICE - announces Tate's apprehension.] Tate noted member of neo-Nazi group The Order; details given. Tate family's history of support of white separatist movement recalled Status of continued FBI siege at compound of white separatists of the Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of Lord, seeking arrest of leader James Ellison, examined; films shown.
REPORTER: Karen Boros

Boros, Karen;
Spencer, Susan

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