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American Red Cross / Policy Reversal #651937

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Lee Cowan) The American Red Cross decision to reverse its policy concerning the use of the Liberty Fund to give all of the money to victims of the September 11 attack on America reported. [American Red Cross CEO Harold DECKER - says people affected by September 11 have been the highest priority of the Red Cross.] [Donor Bonnie MARCUS - says she cannot trust the Red Cross.] [Victim's wife Vinniecarla AGNELLO - says she thought her donation would go to people who needed it.] [Victim's daughter Scarlyn MEJIA - describes the needs of the victims' families.]

Cowan, Lee;
Rather, Dan

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