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Marcos / Wealth #101388

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 13, 1986
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Ferdinand Marcos' expected relocation to new site in Honolulu, Hawaii, yesterday said scheduled again for tonight; details given.

(NYC: Peter Lance) Investigation into extent of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos' hidden wealth examined; extent of their believed property holdings across United States illustrated on map, described. [Center for Constitutional Rights spokesperson Michael RATNER - explains goal of inquiry; describes Marcos' believed means of hiding his transactions.] [Courtesy "Good Morning America", Representative Stephen SOLARZ - accuse the Marcos of embezzling large amounts from Philippines to purchase New York real estate.] [Representative Robert TORRICELLI - explains letter from Congress to Secretary of State George Shultz asking that Marcos not be given immunity from prosecution in US.] Amt. of United States economic aid to Philippines found unaccounted for by General Accounting Office and implications as to source of Marcos' wealth noted.

(Studio: Ted Koppel) "20/20" announced.

Koppel, Ted;
Lance, Peter

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