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Prisoners of War / Misconduct Charges #228789

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 30, 1973
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(Studio) Ranking officer Colonel Theodore Guy files misconduct charges against 8 other POWs.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Tucson, Arizona) [GUY - says decided to make charges after return from prison camp.]
REPORTER: Harold Dow

(Studio) Guy charges S/sergeant John Young helped enemy.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Arlington Heights, Illinois) Young says saw Colonel Guy 1 time in 5 years as POW in same camp. At ceremony in his honor, [YOUNG - reports thankful to be home.] asked about charge of endangering others lives. [YOUNG - says because opposed war 8 charged kept from rest of group.] Speaking of special treatment [YOUNG - recalls no home package; Guy received several.]
REPORTER: Jeff Williams

(Studio) James Daly also charged, thinks Guy covering up own actions.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Tucson, Arizona) Asked if accusations of cover-up true, Guy has no comment.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Dow, Harold;
Mudd, Roger;
Williams, Jeff

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