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Seabrook Demonstrators Released #48558

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 13, 1977
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(Studio) Remaining Seabrook demonstrators are released from New Hampshire National Guard armories, after 12 days under arrest for protest against Seabrook, New Hampshire, nuclear plant.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Hampton, New Hampshire) Details with regard to conditions for release. Court is held in Hampton, New Hampshire; demonstrators free pending appeal. [Protestor Chris THOMAS - outcome is partial compromise and partial victory.] [Richard ROCK - notes mixed feelings in group, but says publicity recd., so most agreed not to hold out for more.] [Cnty. attorney Carleton ELDREDGE - says protesters did overwhelm system and officials handled situation as well as they could. Believes state government has made point they'll try to enforce law.] [ROCK - would do it again.]
REPORTER: Charles Gibson Artist: Anthony Accurso

Gibson, Charles;
Walters, Barbara

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