"U.S. Sued in Seizures of Pyongyang Film."
New York Times, September 18, 1970, p. 4.
The "United States Peoples' Anti-Imperialistic Delegation" joined Eldridge Cleaver
in suing United States Customs for seizing 9,000 feet of film shot in North Korea (content
unknown). In a development from the previous day, 374 letters written from P.O.W.'s to
their families were returned. The reasoning behind the seizure was "to determine
whether they could be brought in without inspection."