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Expose Preview: Migrant Workers Investigation / Canned Hunts #583008

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 06, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Tonight's "Expose" episode previewed. "Expose"'s prompting of South Carolina Governor Carroll Campbell to launch a criminal investigation into hiring practices for migrant workers in his state reported. Canned hunts which involve the illegal killing of endangered species on American ranches featured; scenes shown of Bengal tiger and declawed black leopard hunts. [US Fish and Wildlife Service Jim STINEBAUGH - says he doesn't see why anyone would think canned hunts should be allowed.] [Orthopedic surgeon and canned hunter Dr. Sonny MILSTEAD - says he understood the practice to be legal.] [US Fish and Wildlife Service William TALKIN - talks about black market hide prices.]

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