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Brookline, Massachusetts / Abortion Clinic Attacks / Salvi Arrest #726765

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 31, 1994
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(Studio: Bill Lagattuta) Report introduced.

(Brookline, Massachusetts: Diana Olick) The arrest of John Salvi for yesterday's shootings at two abortion clinics in Brookline, Massachusetts, featured; scenes shown from the Norfolk, Virginia, site of today's shooting & of a memorial in Boston. [Norfolk County, Massachusetts, D.A. William DELAHUNT†- says Salvi was taken into custody in Virginia.] [Boston FBI Dick SWENSEN†, WITNESS - describes what Salvi did.] [Salvi's former employer Richard GRIFFIN†- says Salvi had strong religious beliefs.] The murder at the Brookline clinic of receptionist Shannon Lowney† noted. [Lowney's friend David KEENE†- talks about Shannon.] [Anti-abortion DEMONSTRATOR - responds.] [Planned Parenthood Nicki Nichols GAMBLE††- says we have a war zone.]

(Studio: Bill Lagattuta) Report introduced.

(New York: Anthony Mason) The issue of safety at abortion clinics across the country examined; demonstrations shown. [Anti-abortion activist John CAIN†- says this is where the violence is.] [Escort Rachel TIVIN†- comments.] [Planned Parenthood Dr. Pamela MARALDO†- says we ask for protection.] [Senator Orrin HATCH - says the clinics have a right to government protection.] [Anti-abortion DEMONSTRATOR - calls the violence a setback.]

Lagattuta, Bill;
Olick, Diana;
Mason, Anthony

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