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Florida Abortion Clinic Bombings #88437

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 31, 1984
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(Studio) United States magistrate's refusal to set bail for man accused in Pensacola, Florida, abortion clinic bombings detailed.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Pensacola, Florida) Arraignment of Matthew John Goldsby noted. [Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau spokesperson Dan CONROY - comments on chgs.] Film noted taken last night. Federal investigators' belief that Goldsby may be linked to secret anti-abortion group stated. [REPORTER - asks question.] [CONROY - answers.] Comments of anti-abortionists with regard to Goldsby noted. [Anti-abortionist John BURT - comments on Goldsby's apparent devout Christianity.] Investigators' statement cited that evidence for conspiracy goes no further than Pensacola.
REPORTER: Sheryl McCarthy (WEAR tape)

Bell, Steve;
McCarthy, Sheryl

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