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Synanon #499291

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 15, 1978
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(Studio) Series of Segment 3 reports.earlier in week on Synanon recalled. New report concerns organization's attempts to buy apt. building in DC, despite protests of some tenants.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Complaints of harassment and threats by Synanon members reported to news team by tenants of Boston House apt. building, near White House detailed. Occurrences while report filmed reported; alleged attack on photographer from "Washington Post" by Synanon members include founder Chuck Dederich mentioned. Rptd. threat from Synanon to Arthur Di, who lives at Boston House, stated. [DI - describes experience when threatened.] Apt. building's present owner noted as Stuart A. Bernstein, whose attorney reports Synanon has contract of sale but doesn't yet own building

Chancellor, John;
Lynch, Pat

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