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Draft Resisters / Carter Policy #486109

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 11, 1976
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(Studio) Draft resisters living in Canada react to Justice Department decision not to prosecute any cases now because Carter says he'll pardon draft resisters.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Toronto, Canada) Jack Colhoun is editor of paper for draft resisters. [COLHOUN - tells caller what Carter policy will mean to draft resisters.] Al Pringle is deserter and has become Canadian citizen, but says he'd like to visit family in WI. [PRINGLE - notes closeness to grandmother and says he'd like to go to her funeral when she dies.] American resisters in Canada have written Carter's staff with regard to deserters and resisters now Canadian citizens; say they believe he'll pardon both eventually.
REPORTER: Eric Burns

Brinkley, David;
Burns, Eric

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