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Abortion Clinic Bombings / Washington, DC Incident #92000

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 1985
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(Studio) Report on abortion clinic bombing in DC, near United States Capitol.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(DC) Details given with regard to bombing. [DC Mayor Marion BARRY - comments.] Claim of responsibility said made by group called East Coast Div. of the Army of God. [DC police spokesperson William WHITE - comments.] [Mike WARE - describes explosion.] [Frank BRYANT - describes explosion.] [Clinic director of development Joanna CANNON - comments.] Other abortion clinic bombings in DC area and ntnwide. noted; films shown of Rockville, MD, and Pensacola, Florida, cases. Reaction of pro-choice movement stated. [National Abortion Federation pres. Barbara RADFORD - comments.] Concerns about conspiracy noted.
REPORTER: Bill Greenwood (WJLA tape)

(Studio) Arrest of 2nd man in connection with Pensacola Christmas Day bombings noted. Man identification as James Thomas Simmons, of Cantonment, Florida.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Reporter(s):
Bell, Steve;
Greenwood, Bill
Duration:
00:02:00

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