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Television / Sun Myung Moon #576516

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 30, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jamie Gangel) Reverend Sun Myung Moon and Unification Church reported building business empire; holdings detailed; alleged mind control activities recalled; scenes shown from 1982 mass wedding. [Former church recruiter Steve HASSAN - comments.] [Assistant to Moon BO Hi Pak - describes television cable network.] Scenes shown of television studio. [Capitol Video president Joe ROTHSTEIN, Pak's son and television venture point man Jonathan PARK, former church official Michael WARDER, former publisher "Washington Times" Jim WHELAN - comment.] Clients reported including CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Ted Koppel Communications and "Entertainment Tonight"; scenes shown from productions. [HASSAN, PAK - offer different opinions of Moon's motives.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Gangel, Jamie

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