NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 14, 1983
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Jamestown, North Dakota) Shoot-out between police and members of Posse Comitatus, radical right-wing paramil. organization, near Medina, North Dakota, and search for suspects examined; films shown. Murders of United States marshals Ken. Muir and Robert Cheshire noted. [US attorney Rodney WEBB - acknowledges manhunt.] Search for Gordon Kahl discussed; Yorie Kahl noted wounded and under arrest.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil
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