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Jenco Release #311150

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan's telephone call to released Lebanon hostage Father Lawrence Jenco quoted.

(Wiesbaden, West Germany: Tom Fenton) Jenco's reunion with family here featured; scenes shown. [JENCO - comments on experience.] [John JENCO, Joe JENCO - describe brother's captivity.] [JENCO - calls for continued effort to obtain release of other hostages.] [John JENCO - notes brother's plans to meet with Pope.] [JENCO - describes reunion.]

(NYC: Charles Osgood) Admin.'s policy on negotiating with terrorists and possible implications for remaining hostages examined. [In videotape, hostage David JACOBSEN - cites captors' threats.] Abductors' demands reviewed. [JACOBSEN - fears President Reagan is subservient to pols.] [Paul JACOBSEN - criticizes United States government] [State Department spokesperson Bernard KALB - cites lack of change in United States policy on issue.] [MAN - notes dilemma posed for US government by Jacobsen's videotape.] [JACOBSEN - feels his government doesn't care about hostages.]

Fenton, Tom;
Osgood, Charles;
Rather, Dan

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