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CIA List / French Newspaper #242332

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 12, 1976
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(Studio) Left-wing French newspaper to print list of CIA agents.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Paris, France) "Liberation" publishes list of 32 alleged CIA agents in France and photograph oœ station chief in Paris. To publish 20 more names Wednesday Newspaper founded with backing of Jean-Paul Sartre, philosopher. Staff is nonunion. There is no advertising and paper follows no party lines, although it is leftist. ["Liberation" CIA specialist, Philippe GAVY - feels CIA and affiliates killed more than will possibly be killed after list published.] Some American embassy workers named in list.
REPORTER: Jack Curtis

Cronkite, Walter;
Curtis, Jack

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