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Agnew Probe / Subpoenaed Records #229834

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 13, 1973
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(Studio) Federal investigators examine subpoenaed records from Vice President Spiro Agnew's term as Maryland governor
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Annapolis, Maryland) Willard Morris heads copying operation of documents to be sent to United States attys'. office for Agnew probe. Treasury agents pick up sealed private papers from Agnew's days as Maryland governor Agents search for papers leading to kickbacks and bribery involving Agnew, specifically Jerome Wolff. Wolff and Lester Matz, co-owners of construction company allegedly say they gave kickbacks to Agnew in return for contracts. State archivist Dr. Morris Radoff says sealed private papers never been unsealed in MD's history.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

Mudd, Roger;
Shaw, Bernard

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