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Florida / Abortion Clinics Bombings #535092

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 25, 1984
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(Studio) Bombing of abortion clinics in Pensacola, Florida, reported.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Pensacola, Florida) 3 clinics said bombed. Bombings described; scenes shown. Ladies Center Clinic noted bombed before [Building owner Clay CREVASSE - won't yield to bombers.] [Gynecologist Dr. Bo BEGANHOLM - won't yield.] November 19, 1984, film shown of other such incidents. 28 abortion clinics said so hit during year. [National Abortion Federation Barbara REDFORD - notes types of services rendered by clinics.] June, 1984, peaceful protest by right-to-life groups shown. [Anti-abortion activist John BURT - disapproves of bombing, but not sorry it happened as killing stopped for a while.] Federal agents said to investigate.
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

Reporter(s):
Murphy, Dennis;
Utley, Garrick
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00:02:00

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