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Vietnam / Song My Massacre / Study / Reaction #3094

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 1969
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(Studio) Senator Mike Mansfield thinks Armed Services Committee should find out details of alleged massacre. 2 American soldiers face charges; others questioned.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Army General Cnsl., Robert Jordan, 1st Defense Representative to express concern over possible genocide. Says no coverup. [JORDAN - cites large study underway.] Calls international reaction very grave matter.
REPORTER: Bill Downs

(Studio) P. Min. Harold Wilson tells House of Commons if reports are 1/4 true, grave atrocities are involved. "Izvestia" publishes 1/2 page spread on affair as "barbarism."
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Downs, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank

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