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War On Drugs / Monkey Business / Zero Tolerance #321177

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 14, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Juan Vasquez) Monkey Business, yacht used by Gary Hart and Donna Rice, reported back in news because of its seizure by drug officials as part of "zero tolerance" drug program; scenes shown. [Boat CREWMAN - talks about seizure law.] [Fisherman David PHELPS and WIFE - complain about seizure of their boat and shrimp catch.] "Zero tolerance" plan discussed. [Representative Charles RANGEL, "Miami Herald "columnist Carl HIAASEN - criticize program.] [Coast Guard Admiral Howard THORSEN - comments on "zero tolerance."] [Fisherman's attorney David Paul HORAN - says general public won't stand for this kind of injustice.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Vasquez, Juan

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