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Presidential Security / Moore / Secret Service #237064

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 01, 1975
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(Studio) Report on Secret Service investigation of Sara Jane Moore.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) San Francisco police insp. John O'Shea says he never told Service there wasn't problem with Moore. Moore called him Sunday night. [Jack O'SHEA - says told Moore to tell agents the truth. Agent Gary Yauger asked him if there was more and he said no.] [Senator Joseph MONTOYA -asks if O'Shea said Moore was no problem.] [O'SHEA - no.] [Martin HASKELL - says Yauger asked if there was problem with Moore.] [SENATOR says O'Shea said no to Yauger's question.] [YAUGER - says asked is there problem and do we need any more information Moore didn't seem danger to anyone.] [MONTOYA - asks if Yauger thought he was wrong, in retrospect.] [YAUGER - says would make same decision again.] Hearings to be reopened to handle President Ford's request for $13.5 million for extra security protection.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Cronkite, Walter;
Mudd, Roger

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