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Haiti / President Duvalier's Death #457261

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 22, 1971
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(Studio) Haiti, West Indies President Francois Duvalier died last night at age 64;. Jean-Claude Duvalier, his son, 19, replaces him.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Port-au-Prince, Haiti) Film shows soldiers, Jean-Claude Duvalier at ceremonies.
REPORTER: Charles Wheeler, BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation)

(Studio) Haiti 1 of poorest cntrys in world with history of bad leaders
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Studio) Francois Duvalier adopted tone of sweet reason in few contacts with newsmen.
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

(Port-au-Prince, Haiti) [Francois DUVALIER - says, in May, 1969, every country should have strong leader, not dictator.] Film shows: Duvalier gunmen used to maintain absolute power; Duvalier handing out money; Haiti slums. [DUVALIER - says could never be assassinated; have faith in personal destiny.]
REPORTER: Frank Mcgee

Wheeler, Charles;
Brinkley, David;
Mcgee, Frank

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