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Rockefeller Tour / Peru / Colombia #5423

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 27, 1969
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(Studio) Peru requests Rockefeller not visit because of dispute over US fishing boats and American military aid.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Bogota, Colombia) All Latin American to wait and see how Rockefeller fares in Bogota. United States and Colombia cordiality strengthened by $85 million loan by US last week 3 Us. planning anti-American protests, but will be controlled. Colombia diversifies economy; may ask for favored trade treatment. Peru isolates self by her actions.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

(Studio) Bogota protesters -burn Rockefeller in effigy, along with American flags. 2 policemen burned by acid. 2 other cities protest.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Murphy, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank

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