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Computer Network / Neo-Nazi Network #303493

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 10, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Atlanta, Georgia) Neo-Nazi computer network featured; scenes from "Race and Reason" hosted by Tom Metzger shown courtesy cable TV. Cities showing "Race and Reason" listed. [Anti-Defamation League spokesperson David LOWE - notes attractive packaging of hate via computer and television programs.] Orgs. involved noted include White American Resistance (WAR) and Aryan Ntns. [Aryan Ntns. mbr. Keith GILBERT - describes organization's computer system, groups targeted by Aryan Ntns.] Computerized enemies list discussed; Ward (Buster) Keaton, killed in Dallas last year, noted among those listed on computer. [LOWE - considers listing of all Anti-Defamation League ofcs. as invitation to attack.] FBI's position on computer networks mentioned.
REPORTER: Peter Van Sant

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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