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Attica / Prison Reforms #472976

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 09, 1973
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(Studio) Attica State prisoners revolted 2 years ago today. Attica changes since uprising reported.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Attica, New York) Film from Attica revolt shown. Overcrowding now relieved; freedom for prisoners increases Inmates report conditions in Attica now. [Prison guard Roy HENEGARD - believes good for prison has come from uprising.]
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

(Studio) 2 other state prisons recently staged uprisings, but released hostages on promises of reform. 1 warden expressed sorrow over occurrence, but believes drastic measures bring results with regard to prison reform.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

Kalber, Floyd;
Paxton, Jack

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