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Moratorium / Troops / Clark / Administration and Cong. #443300

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 1969
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(Studio) 9,000 troops move into Washington, DC in case of violence Saturday Part of 82nd Airborne here.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Andrews AFB, MD) Troops trained in civil disturbance operation; men requested by Justice Department They'll be removed from protest site.
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

(Bolling AFB, DC) Troops staying here.
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

(DC) Troops warn troublemakers to stay away, and discourage people from coming. Ex-Attorney General Ramsey Clark says 200 Attys. to monitor protest. [CLARK - says violence caused by anticipating it.] After FBI info. visit, many buses scheduled to bring demonstrators in were canceled. Companies find it hard to get drivers.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

(DC) Senators supporting march tell protesters to come Saturday a. m. and leave in p.m. President Nixon to be there all day, but his policies won't be affected. Attorney General John Mitchell says foreign policy can't be made in sts. Vice President Spiro Agnew calls it street carnival.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Brinkley, David;
Goralski, Robert;
Stern, Carl

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