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Iran/Contra Hearings #109153

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 15, 1987
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.

(DC: Karen Burnes) Former State Department consultant Robert Owen's testimony in Iran/Contra hearings on his activities with Colonel Oliver North and Johnathan Miller reviewed; scenes shown. [OWEN - wants to share info.] [Senator William COHEN - notes significance of Owen's testimony.] [OWEN - describes himself.] Owen's specific tasks for North reviewed. [COHEN - claims all involved were aware of illegality of their activities.] [Voice of House cnsl. Neil EGGLESTON - questions North's handling of Contra shopping list.] [OWEN - responds.] Expected focus of Owen's testimony Tuesday outlined.

Burnes, Karen;
Koppel, Ted

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