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Special Segment (New York City Subway System) #542310

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 13, 1985
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(NYC) New York City subway system examined; Bernhard Goetz controversy recalled. System's history reviewed; films shown. [PEOPLE - describe their experiences on subway.] Role of undercover police such as Bertel Martin and Wayne Richardson in subway discussed. [MARTIN - describes rider's effort to seduce her, her arrest of him for stolen credit cards.] [Police OFR. - notes riders are trapped with suspects on train.] [WOMAN - rants incoherently.] [OFR. - describes rider apathy.] [ENGINEER - describes rider's attack on him.]
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

Brokaw, Tom

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