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Segment 3 (Terrorism Part I) #497922

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 17, 1978
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(Studio) Reasons for terrorism discussed.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(No location given) Scenes of terror noted as rampant. Examples cited. Pol. terrorism described as successful. [Rand Corporation Brian JENKINS - discusses terrorism's aims.] United States terrorism often in form of bombings noted; details given. Abroad, terrorism against United States different. Victor Samuelson, Colonel Paul Schaffer, Lieutenant Colonel John Turner, William Neihous all victims' of terrorism abroad. [Former United States ambassador to Argentina Robert HILL - describes fear of political terrorism for 4 years] Covt. plans to fight terrorism outlined. [FBI AGENT - lectures students on dealing with terrorists.] Special SWAT teams, available to cope with terrorists, noted; training outlined.
REPORTER: Don Harris

Harris, Don;
Savitch, Jessica

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