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Watergate Hearings / Ulasewicz #229487

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 18, 1973
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(Studio) Former New York City policeman Anthony Ulasewicz testifies before Senate Watergate committee Details how packages of cash passed to Watergate burglars.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Capitol Hill) Ulasewicz received assignment from White House aide John Caulfield. [ULASEWICZ - explains how money carried.] [Assistant majority cnsl. Terry LENZNER - questions if conversations between Ulasewicz and former Nixon attorney Herbert Kalmbach took place in pay telephone booths.] Ulasewicz agrees. [ULASEWICZ - details how change carried for phone calls. Ulasewicz explains how money drops made.] Became suspicious, so talked with Kalmbach.] [ULASEWICZ - tells Kalmbach to desist from further engagement in money passing- Kalmbach agreed.] [Senator Lowell WEICKER - asks about other investigations by Ulasewicz of political opponents with White House approval.] [ULASEWICZ - states sex habits, drinking habits, domestic problems, personal, social activities of political opponents of White House probed.] [WEICKER - states Ulasewicz has good sense of humor, but Weicker lost sense of humor over just such activities described long ago.]
REPORTER: Daniel Schorr

Reporter(s):
Mudd, Roger;
Schorr, Daniel
Duration:
00:04:00

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