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Kosygin Trip / Canada #454454

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 25, 1971
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(Studio) Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin dons Indian hddress. in Alberta, Canada. Photo shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Toronto, Canada) Demonstrators are outside Kosygin's hotel. Security is heavy due to talk of assassination. 2,000 guard Kosygin. Weapons seized from 18 homes. Sunday 2 members Edward Burke Society arrested. James Doyle, 18, released on bond. He had been with Hungarian refugee accused of attacking Kosygin. National Chairperson Burke Society, Don. Andrews, bailed him out. [ANDREWS - says these are innocent people portrayed as conspirators; accomplished aim of getting lots of police around Kosygin; points out tyrant shouldn't be allowed to go around free people pretending he's representative of free cntry.] Kosygin tours nuclear power plant; goes to Cuba Tuesday
REPORTER: John Dancy

Chancellor, John;
Dancy, John

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