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Sunday Cover (Black Church Fires) #367515

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 22, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) Fear and faith in Macon, Georgia, in a year of fires and bomb threats against the city's churches featured; scenes shown from the fire-damaged Great Zion Hill Baptist Church and from across the city while the wave of unexplained crime is reviewed. [Reverend Walter GLOVER - says the investigation continues.] [Lieutenant David MATHEWS, church pastor Reverend Richard GAMMAGE - comment on the cemetery pipe bombing and the church bomb threat.] [Assistant United States attorney Richard MULTREY, Justice Department community liaIson Bob HENSLEY - comment on the church burnings.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:04:20

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