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North Carolina / Neo-Nazi Trial #315546

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 06, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Govt.'s legal successes last year against neo-Nazi orgs. such as The Order and the United Klans of America recalled.

(Elizabeth City, North Carolina: Peter Van Sant) Trial of White Patriot party leader Steven Miller and others here for conspiracy and background to case examined; details given, scenes shown. [US attorney Sam CURRIN - describes chgs.] Claims of convicted arms dealer Robert Jones outlined. White Patriot party said allegedly plotting to bomb Southern Poverty Law Center in Alabama and kill civil rights attorney Morris Dees. [Southern National Front spokesperson Cecil COX - hopes government's actions recently against white supremacists will eventually make them stronger.] (Artist: Gayle Hardy)

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter
Duration:
00:01:40

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