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Philadelphia / Move Shoot-Out Aftermath #543641

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 19, 1985
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(Studio) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mayor Wilson Goode reported revealing threatening letter received by MOVE cult before recent shoot-out; fire destruction as result noted.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) City's memorial services for shoot-out victims, both dead and homeless, featured; films shown. [Courtesy "Face the Nation", GOODE - describes MOVE's threats against neighborhood, police and nation] [Rev. Charles DIAMOND - notes neighborhood is people, not houses.] Altar boy James Davis' losses cited; those of Lorraine Bond mentioned. [GOODE - preaches.] [MOVE house owner Louise James AFRICA - calls Goode a murderer.] [Disc JOCKEY - solicits funds for homeless.] [HOMELESS - remain optimistic.]
REPORTER: Jennifer McLogan

Jamieson, Bob;
McLogan, Jennifer

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