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Poland / May Day #530261

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 01, 1983
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(Studio) Pro-Solidarity demonstrations throughout Poland reported.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(Warsaw, Poland) Extensive protests and police reaction examined; films shown. Lech Walesa's decision to remain out of demonstration explained; crowd's effort to reach his apt. building noted. General Wojciech Jaruzelski's comments on protests mentioned; official news media's account of demonstrations cited. Police detention of NBC News team reported Cardinal Jozef Glemp mentioned, shown. Uncertainty over government's decision regarding Pope John Paul II's scheduled June visit in light of today's protests considered.
REPORTER: John Cochran

(Studio) NBC camera crew reported detained, their tapes confiscated; today's films said provided by CBS and ABC, whose tapes were confiscated last May Day. President Reagan's continuing commitment to Solidarity movement in Poland outlined.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

Cochran, John;
Wallace, Chris

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