ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 1984
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REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(London, England) Murder of taxi driver taking nonstriking coal miner to work said first in England's ongoing coal miners' strike; details given, films shown. Other acts of violence against nonstriking miners and their families reviewed. [Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - condemns taxi driver's murder.] Pol. advantage to Thatcher over miners' union leader Arthur Scargill and opposition Labor party leader Neil Kinnock noted. [SCARGILL - denounces violence away from the picket lines.] [KINNOCK - denies violence is controlled by any org.]
REPORTER: Mike Lee
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