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US-Cuba Relations / Travel Restrictions #533909

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 12, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Criticism of Reagan administration's efforts to further restrict United States travel to Cuba as harassment examined; government's confiscation of Marazul Tours, Incorporated's records noted. [Assistant treasurer secretary John WALKER - offers rationalization for government action.] [Marazul spokesperson Francisco ARUCA - believes he's entitled to profit on legal operation, but concedes reconsidering his business if government conts. harassment.] Ordeal faced by United States attys. attending legal conference in Cuba recently described as example [Conf. co-sponsor Michael RATNER - considers government action outrageous harassment.] [Prof. Debra EVENSON - thinks government is attempting to isolate Cuba.] Treasury Department said indicting possible investigations of indivs. traveling to Cuba.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Brokaw, Tom;
Stern, Carl

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