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Cuban Refugees / Follow-Up #72938

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 03, 1981
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(Studio) Cuban boatlift this time last year recalled; Reagan administration noted announcing its new immigration policy soon.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Key West, Florida) Govt.'s confiscation of private boats used in freedom flotilla from Mariel Harbor, Cuba, recalled; current status of boats and their owners' plight examined. Films shown. [INS attorney Jeffrey BRAUWERMAN - notes possible penalties imposed against boat owners.] John Gasque's situation outlined as example [GASQUE - thinks government is holding boats to prevent another boatlift.] Situation said symbolizing government's confusion; details given.
REPORTER: Jack Curtiss

Curtiss, Jack;
Robinson, Max

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