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Drug Vigilantes / Lejun Uv Dume #95151

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 28, 1985
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REPORTER: Stephen Geer Artist: Marilyn Church

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Fort Worth, Texas) Vigilantism among Paschal high school students here, under auspices of organization calling itself Lejun uv Dume and spreading racist and anti-Semitic graffiti, examined; films shown. [Student Trey HILL - considers Lejun uv Dume "self-righteous neo-Nazis."] Felonies committed by group so far, ostensibly trying to rid Paschal of drugs and crime mentioned. [Former member James "Bubba" MATHIS - explains dropping out of Lejun.] [STUDENTS - differ on group.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Geer, Stephen;
Jennings, Peter;
Murphy, Charles

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