NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 15, 1980
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(Studio) Fort McCoy, WI, authorities said concerned about community backlash against Cuban refugees there following arrest of Cuban in death of Mrs. Bernice Taylor, who sponsored his release from camp; details given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Tomah, WI) Details of case, involving suspect Lene Cespedes-Torres, given, films shown. Atmosphere among local residents noted. [PEOPLE - comment.] Problems faced by social service agencies trying to find sponsors cited. [US Catholic Charities spokesperson Robert BRANDEL - comments.] Current situation at Fort McCoy mentioned.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil
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