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Cuban Refugees #511228

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 03, 1980
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(Studio) No. of Cubans arriving in United States in recent weeks reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Key West, Florida) Arrival in Key West of freighter, Red Diamond 5, with large number of refugees featured; films shown. Conditions aboard ship noted; arrest of crew &captain reported Another apparent change in US policy outlined. [Justice Department spokesperson Robert KENDALL - comments.] Arrest of Marta Quintana's husband noted.
REPORTER: Phil Bremen

(Fort Chaffee, Arkansas) Violence at Fort Chaffee relocation center today reported; details given, films shown. Refugee Hernan Bermuda quoted re: potential for further trouble. [Brigadier General James DRUMMOND - comments.] Problems in processing system detailed; case of Angel Leon cited as ex.
REPORTER: Bob Jimenez

Bremen, Phil;
Chancellor, John;
Jimenez, Bob

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