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Indochina / MIA's #469738

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 15, 1973
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(Studio) Fighting in Indochina will delay investigation into whereabouts of 1300 American MIA's.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Chicago, Illinois) Illinois group protests government's giving up hope of finding American MIA's in Indochina. [National League of Families spokesperson Mildred PILKINGTON - reads letter of organization to President Nixon with regard to MIA's.] [MIA (missing in action) wife Mrs. Michael SEAGROVE - says government should at least look for MIA's before declaring they feel no more men are alive.] [MIA (missing in action) wife Mrs. William OSTENMEYER - says government action with regard to MIA's a disgrace.] [MIA (missing in action) mother Jean MACDONALD - says can be no peace with honor without searching for MIA's.]
REPORTER: Andy Martinez

Martinez, Andy;
Utley, Garrick

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