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Boston / Racial Attacks #43160

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 08, 1976
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(Studio) Attorney Theodore C. Landsmark, 29, is executive director of contractor's association in Boston. He entered city hall Mom. after group of antibusing representatives met with council president Louise Day Hicks. Photos shown. Whites attacked Landsmark and deputy Mayor Clarence Jones, both black. Landsmark's nose broken. He plans to sue city representatives for using city hall as racism sanctuary. 1 day later, municipal court Judge A. Frank Foster saw 4 whites beating black man on Boston Common, pursued them and swore out arrest warrants. He wonders if blacks know some whites care.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reporter(s):
Reasoner, Harry
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00:01:00

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