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Special Segment (Crime in America) (Part II) #541960

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 22, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Chowchilla, California) Long-term psychological impact of crime on its victims examined; 1976 hijacking of Chowchilla, California, school bus cited as example [Victims Mike MARSHALL, Darla DANIELS - describe their current attitude toward life.] Scenes from 1976 newscasts shown. [Dr. Lenore TERR - describes lasting psychological scars of Chowchilla victims.] [Victim Jennifer BROWN, mother Joan BROWN - describe lasting nightmares.] [TERR - notes loss of trust with traumas.] [MARSHALL - recalls attacking stranded motorist; wants to hurt kidnappers; regrets comment.] [TERR - cites findings of study on Chowchilla victims.] Terr's specific findings listed.
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

Brokaw, Tom;
Perkins, Jack

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