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Special Segment (A Sister's Crusade) #555175

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(No location given: Bill Schechner) United States hostage Terry Anderson's sister Peggy Say's continued efforts to win his release featured; details given, scenes shown. [SAY - discusses brother's kidnapping, impact on her life.] [July 30, 1985, SAY - holds media to promise not to forget hostages.] [David SAY - describes wife's method of coping.] [SAY - notes public's false perception of her.] Family deaths since Anderson's capture recalled. [June, 1986, Glenn Richard ANDERSON - tapes final message to brother] [SAY - recalls info. about brother provided by Father Lawrence Jenco after his release; describes efforts of pols. to exploit her.] [January 1987, SAY - apologizes to Reagan admin. after discovery of Iran arms-for-hostages operation.] [SAY - comments.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Schechner, Bill

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