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October 5, 1988 | Associated Press
Police in Laos have captured two Americans who said they planned to distribute dollar bills stamped with a reward offer for any U.S. servicemen still held captive in Indochina. Ross Petzing, a U.S. Embassy spokesman, said Donna Long of Jacksonville, N.C., and another American are being held at Ban Sing Samphan in the southern Laotian province of Champasak. Jerry Kiley of the National Steering Committee for American War Veterans identified the second American as Jim Copp of Hampstead, N.C.
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October 5, 1988 | Associated Press
Police in Laos have captured two Americans who said they planned to distribute dollar bills stamped with a reward offer for any U.S. servicemen still held captive in Indochina. Ross Petzing, a U.S. Embassy spokesman, said Donna Long of Jacksonville, N.C., and another American are being held at Ban Sing Samphan in the southern Laotian province of Champasak. Jerry Kiley of the National Steering Committee for American War Veterans identified the second American as Jim Copp of Hampstead, N.C.
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