NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 19, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(DC) Supreme Court ruling on selective prosecution of draft resisters such as David Wayte examined; Wayte's legal opposition to draft, include letter to Jimmy Carter, reviewed. [November 1984, WAYTE - thinks prosecution violates his First Amendment rights.] [Today, WAYTE - reacts to court ruling.] [Selective Service director Thomas TURNAGE - is pleased with decision.] [Civil liberties union spokesperson Barry LYNN - feels legal issues raised in cases have slowed registration.]
REPORTER: Carl Stern
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