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Army Graft / Senate Study #200961

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 1969
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(Studio) Senator investigator says former Provost Marshal General Carl Turner got 700 confiscated guns and sold them to North Carolina dealer. Witness said Turner only turned 200 over to Army,
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) [Investigator Philip MANUEL - says Turner got guns from Kansas City, Missouri and Chicago, Illinois Police Depts. Cites 96 guns taken from Kansas and 400 from Chicago& dates taken. Turner signed receipts, which said guns to be used by Army for training purposes. 23 guns sold to Pine State Gun Shop, and 56 turned over to Army. 400 not accounted for.] Some may have ended up in shipment to Haiti revolutionaries.
REPORTER: Steve Rowan

Cronkite, Walter;
Rowan, Steve

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