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CloseUp: Rain of Terror #871564

ABC Special for Monday, Dec 21, 1981

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  • ABC "CloseUp" special "Rain of Terror," investigating the evidence that the Soviet Union used chemical weapons in Afghanistan, Yemen, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia reported by Bill Redeker.
  • Footage of speeches by Alexander Haig, Richard Burt, Matthew Melselson,; law signing by President Gerald Ford
  • Interviews with Dr Willie Bruchin, Bernie Debruin, Dr Bashin Zikria, Gary Crocker, Yuri Kapralov, Laotian villagers, Charles Whitney, Congressman Jim Leach, Julian Perry Robinson, Dr James Bamberg, Richard Burt
  • Footage of wars, gas attacks, mustard gas sores, mycotoxins, yellow rain
  • Reporter(s):
    Redeker, Bill

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