CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 25, 1999
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Republican bill for lawsuits brought with regard to Y2K problems reported.
(Washington: Stephanie Lambidakis) Concerns about terrorists acts or mass suicides by cults at the time of the millennium examined; details given of Israel's expulsion of an American group called Concerned Christians. [FBI director Louis FREEH - comments on the problem.] The FBI's interest in why cults turn violent mentioned; examples of cults given. [Religious scholar Eugene GALLAGHER - comments on the FBI's dilemma in investigating cults.]
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