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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms / Racism / FBI Investigation #364209

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Allegations of FBI misconduct and the dismissal of FBI number 2 man Larry Potts due to the incident in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, where an FBI sharp shooter killed the wife of white supremacist Randy Weaver reported.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The investigation of ATF member attendance at the "Good O'l Boys Roundup," an all-male racist group annual meeting examined; video shown from a 1990 roundup in Tennessee showing racist signs and hunting licenses. [ATF director John MAGAW - says he will get to the bottom of this.] [Retired ATF agent Gene RIGHTMYER - says the roundup was a fellowship meeting.] [Plaintiff agents' attorney David SHAFFER - comments.]

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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