The Tomorrow Show (1973)

Season 7 Episode 142

June 10, 1980

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Aired Weekdays 12:30 AM Jun 10, 1980 on NBC
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Host Tom Snyder's guests are Vietnam vet Jack McClusky, Dr. John Wilson of Michigan State University, and lawyer Jeffrey Steinberg who represented a Vietnam Vet acquitted after committing a violent crime discuss post traumatic stress disorder. A medic in the Marines McClusky suffered from rage at the War, became a morphine addict and later kicked the habit. He has organized outreach programs for veterans. Dr. Wilson says 40-60% of former soldiers have adverse Reactions. Steinberg discusses the Pettibone Case in which the former soldier went berserk and held a security guard hostage when he was unemployed, living in a tent and forbidden to see his children. British author Anthony Summers discusses his book "Conspiracy" in which he presents new evidence concerning the Assassination of President Kennedy. He hopes his book will spur the Department of Justice into reopening the case. He says he interviewed a woman who saw Oswald in a cafeteria minutes before the assassination. He believes that two gunmen were involved.

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