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South Africa / Death Squad #324708

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 19, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Johannesburg, South Africa: Richard Wagner) Charges that South African police ran a death squad that assassinated political opponents of the government featured; details given of death row confession by black policemen Butana Nofomela about his role in nine political killings, include that of Griffiths Mxenge. [Nofomela's cousin Irene TAFENE -explains Nofomela's actions.] Allegations about white-led police terrorist squads cited. [Pol. analyst Glen MOSS - says government has created system that leads police to believe they are above the law.] [Police spokesperson Brigadier Leon MELLET - promises thorough investigation.] [Univ. student Viwe MXENGE - comments.]

Chung, Connie;
Wagner, Richard

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