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Campaign `72 / Democratic Headquarters Break-In #21964

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 17, 1972
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(Studio) "Wall Street Journal" calls White House aide Charles Colson, "Nixon's hatchet man". He reacts to break-in at Democratic national headquarters, linked to Republican party
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(White House) [COLSON - denies any connection with break-in. Says he didn't employ anyone involved. Says he will give a deposition in civil damages suit against Republican party Relates his role in ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation) affair. Says Harold Geneen had talked with him. Says he helped assemble information after scandal broke.]

Gill, Bill;
Smith, Howard K.

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