NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 1970
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(Studio) Folsom Prison strike over; Cummins Prison Farm racial fighting over; prison system mess.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) Queen's prison crowded, built 95 years ago; revolt started 1 month ago, spread to 3 other jails. [Prison chaplain Laurence GIBNEY - says revolters treated hostages well; hostages and prisoners both have grievances; next time blood will be spilled.] [Correction commissioner George McGRATH - says grievances can be met without violence; if hostages taken, no grievances met.] [Correction Bd. William Vanden HEUVEL - denounces Tombs prison conditions.]
REPORTER: Dean Brelis
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