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American Vietnam War POW/MIAs #345025

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 24, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Former United States ambassador Malcolm Toon's statement on whether he believes there are any United States POWs alive in Russia reported.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Possibility that American MIAs were left behind after the Vietnam war featured; historical photos shown of Ron Dodge and David Hurdlika who were shot down during the war. [Senator John KERRY - says there is evidence that some MIAs were left behind.] 1972 statement on the matter by then-State Department official Robert Shields quoted. [Defense Intelligence Agency Charles TROWBRIDGE - responds to question on whether people were left in captivity; comments on hoaxes.] Hoax photographs purporting to show United States POWs shown; number of MIAs noted.

Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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