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North Dakota / Manhunt #528617

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 17, 1983
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(Studio) Continue manhunt in North Dakota for Gordon Kahl for murders of United States marshals reported.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Ashley, North Dakota) Details of continue search for Posse Comitatus member Kahl examined; search of home of James Coleman, D.V.M., noted. [FBI agent Richard BLAY - claims to have leads.] Funeral services for slain marshal Robert Cheshire, Junior noted, shown. Indications that Kahl doesn't expect to be taken alive noted.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

(Tigerton, WI) Posse Comitatus organization's control of Tigerton, WI, examined. [Org. SPOKESPERSON - wants to wrest control of nation from pols. and bankers.] Org.'s argument on which it refuses to pay taxes outlined; violence of Posse chapters in North Dakota and South Dakota discussed. [Posse SPOKESPERSON - claims posse leaders are no longer subjected to the law.]
REPORTER: Mark Nykanen

Briggs, Fred;
Mudd, Roger;
Nykanen, Mark

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