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Larouche Cult #548958

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 21, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Recent success in Illinois Democratic primary of followers of Lyndon LaRouche and implications for Adlai Stevenson recalled.

(DC: Ken Bode) [Illinois secretary state candidate Janice HART - promises to cause more trouble for cntry.'s enemies.] Hart and Mark Fairchild noted LaRouche adherents. [STEVENSON - considers pair neo-Nazis.] States in which LaRouche cands. have qualified for office indicated on map. [1982, LaROUCHE - claims Queen Elizabeth II is a drug dealer.] LaRouche, anti-Semitic and anti-gay, noted announcing presidential candidate for 1988 as Democrat; his support of Nuremberg-like tribunals for those he perceives as his enemies mentioned. LaRouche followers said claiming to have all been tested for acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); such tests said favored as mandatory by LaRouche. [FOLLOWER - claims he passed AIDS test.] [LaRouche supporter Dorothy ANDROMEDAS - wants to quarantine AIDS victims.] [HART - promises to roll tanks down State Saint, to jail all drug pushers, include those at Continental Bank.] [LaRouche spokesperson Mark CALNEY - calls for forming lynch mob to get rid of vacillating representatives]

Reporter(s):
Bode, Ken;
Brokaw, Tom
Duration:
00:02:40

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