NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 21, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Houston, Texas) Possible impact on Sanctuary movement's aid to illegal Salvadoran aliens of today's conviction of director Jack Elder and worker Stacey Merkt considered; films shown. Court argument of prosecution and defense outlined. [Bishop Joseph FIORENZA - considers trial religious persecution.] [MERKT - remains committed to cause; professes innocence.] [ELDER - thinks trial may focus attention on society's responsibilities.] [US attorney Dan HEDGES - feels Sanctuary movement is purely political; explains.]
REPORTER: Robert Elliot Artist: Lois Gibson
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