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Eye On America (Fuller Story Follow-Up) #341102

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 31, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Follow-up to Eye on America report on two members of a West Palm Beach, Florida, police anti-crime team accused of using excess force in a beating death, who were found not guilty by a jury, reported; scenes shown. Report introduced.

(Seabrook, New Hampshire: Scott Pelley) Follow-up to case of Jim and Donna Fuller and of Seabrook, New Hampshire, who told their story of hardship after President Bush's State of the Union address on CBS program "America on the Line" featured; details given of national outpouring of good will for the Fullers, who stood to lose the respirator keeping Jim alive. [FULLERS - read letters from Jeff White and Elizabeth Luke.] [Eyewear distributor WHITE - says he can make a difference.] [Elizabeth and John LUKE - talk about helping.] [Three telephone OPERATORS - talk about the response.] [Jim FULLER - offers thanks.]

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:10

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