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Second Look (Philadelphia: MOVE) #789995

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 14, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Woodruff) A new series look at the site of the MOVE fire in Philadelphia presented; scenes shown of the disastrous fire 20 years ago after police dropped a bomb from a helicopter on a house belonging to the radical group MOVE. ["Burning Down the House" author John ANDERSON†- talks about MOVE's cult of personality.] [Neighbor Gerald Wayne RENFRO†- recalls what MOVE did; wonders about the murders in 1985.] [Fire survivor Ramona AFRICA - says the police planned to kill us.] [In 1985, neighbor Betty MAPP†- reacts to their losses in the fire.] [Now, MAPP - hopes for closure.] [In 1985, Mayor Wilson GOODE†- comments.]

Woodruff, Bob

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