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Glendale, California / Skinheads #313599

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Peter Van Sant) Scenes shown of young neo-Nazis or Skinheads marching with other white supremacist groups. Skinheads reported being linked to violent crimes against minority groups. [Tampa, Florida, police department Lieutenant K.C. NEWCOMB -describes Skinheads.] Skinheads' violence noted incr. Former white supremacist leader Greg Withrow shown after Skinheads cut his throat. [WITHROW - describes what they did to him and how dangerous they are.] Chicago, Illinois, violence against Jews reported to be related to Skinheads. San Jose, California, Skinhead shown after being arrested for threatening a black woman. [San Jose, California, police department sergeant Bob BROWNING - relates what the Skinhead said to woman.] [Anti-Defamation League David LOWE - says the Skinheads' rhetoric is genocidal.] Skinheads reported appearing on local cable access channels. [SKINHEADS - talk about how they like to fight.] Scenes of Skinheads running from Los Angeles, California, protest of Nazi groups. [White separatist leader Tom METZGER - says nobody wants violence but sometimes it's necessary to get a point across.] Authorities' fears noted that youthful Skinheads will agree to join other supremacist groups and cause them to become increasingly violent.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter
Duration:
00:02:50

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