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Air Force Academy / Religious Intolerance #791534

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 22, 2005
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Colorado Springs: Bill Redeker) The investigation by a Pentagon task force of claims of religious intolerance at the Air Force Academy featured; details given of charges of proselytizing. [Cadet Curtis WEINSTEIN - describes an incident in which he was called an "f-ing" Jew.] [Air Force Academy spokesman Lt. Col. Laurent FOX†- says we do not allow proselytizing.] [Chaplain Capt. Russ REAGAN†- speaks about rights.] [Chaplain Capt. Melinda MORTON†- says government positions are being used to promote ideologies; states she has been dismissed from her position.]

Snow, Kate;
Redeker, Bill

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