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Meese Investigation / Justice Department #115101

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 02, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Stmt. by independent cnsl. James McKay that there is not enough evidence to indict Attorney General Edwin Meese recalled. Report introduced.

(DC: Dennis Troute) Current status of investigations of Meese reported [On CNN, ex-Attorney General Elliot RICHARDSON - says too many questions have been raised.] [On CNN, Senator Patrick LEAHY - says President Reagan should ask Justice Department officials why they resigned.] [On CNN, ex-Justice Department official Gary McDOWELL - explains why Meese is attacked.] Reopening by Justice Department of its own investigation of Meese noted; issue of Meese's relationship with E. Robert Wallach with regard to Wedtech Corporation contracts detailed. Announcement of replacement of Justice Department officials who resigned previewed.

Serafin, Barry;
Troute, Dennis

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