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Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico / Missing Material #192756

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 17, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The FBI investigation into whether nuclear secrets were taken from the hard drives that just turned up at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico featured. [Senator Richard SHELBY - calls for hands-on management.] [Computer expert Amit YORAN - says the drives could be copied without leaving evidence.] The extent of security at Los Alamos detailed. [MIT anthropologist Hugh GUSTERSON - recalls high security there.] [Former Los Alamos employee Ken VAN RIPER - says sometimes documents are just left out.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Appearance by Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson on This Week tomorrow mentioned.

Brown, Aaron;
Rooney, Brian

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