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Cuban Refugees #310517

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 25, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Wenatchee, WA: Richard Wagner) Plight of some Cuban refugees still incarcerated since arrival in Mariel boat lift examined; details given, scenes shown. [Immigration and Naturalization Service spokesperson Duke AUSTIN - defs. continued imprisonment.] [INMATE - notes authorities keep them jailed for lack of alternative.] Econs. involved for local jailers explained. [Baca Cnty., Colorado, Sheriff Willard GOFF, Chelan Cnty. spokesperson Pat ALLEN - acknowledge financial aspect of hsing. Cubans.] [AUSTIN - wants prisoners deported to Cuba.] [INMATE - notes Fidel Castro's refusal to accept them.] [INMATE - comments.]

Rather, Dan;
Wagner, Richard

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