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Green Beret Case / Reaction / Chuyen #7333

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 30, 1969
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(Studio) 7 of 8 Green Berets en route home. To get leave and be reassigned.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Long Binh, South Vietnam) [Colonel Robert RHEAULT - says had no doubt we'd be exonerated. Happy there's no trial. Should do no harm to my career; eligible for Brigadier General Wouldn't change anything I've done. Regret wasted mos. due to incident. Men have been concerned about families.] [Captain Robert MARASCO - says upset at Army's treatment of family. They did what they thought right. I'll request relief from active duty.] Berets pose for pictures. Won't answer questions about alleged victim, Thai Khac Chuyen. What was CIA role in case? Is assassination legitimate war tactic?
REPORTER: Ken. Gale

(Studio) Victim's wife tells reporters her husband's soul will follow his killers.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reporter(s):
Gale, Kenneth.;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:03:50

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