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Miami / Alvarez Aftermath #535979

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 1984
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(Studio) Continue civil unrest in Miami's black community over recent acquittal of white police ofr. in shooting death of local resident noted.
REPORTER: Connie Chung

(Miami, Florida) Police efforts to quell disturbances since verdict in Luis Alvarez' manslaughter trial examined; films shown. [MOTHER - scolds child for participating in unrest.] Police praise of black community's effort to halt disturbances on its own noted. [City manager Howard GARY - feels police and community cooperated.] Community's praise of police for not overreacting cited. [PEOPLE - praise police behavior.] Econ. issues believed underlying black unrest considered.
REPORTER: David Hazinski

Chung, Connie;
Hazinski, David

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