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Air Disasters / United States and Japan #305265

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Tokyo, Japan) Attys.' behavior following major plane disasters such as Delta crash recently in Dallas examined; scenes shown. [Attorney Caesar BELLI - defs. his profession.] [Crash victim's widow Terry MAYBERRY - describes inundation of attys. seeking her claims.] Opposite atmosphere in Japan following major disasters such as 1982 JAL crash and hotel fire same year cited. [Japanese attorney Kunio HAMADA - explains Japanese culture's approach to tragedy.] [JAL spokesperson Geoffrey TUDOR - interprets behavior of JAL president after crash.] [Japan-based attorney Charles STEVENS - notes Japan's effort to prevent United States lawyers from practicing there.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Goldberg, Bernard;
Kuralt, Charles

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