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Airport Security / La Guardia Incident #244056

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 29, 1976
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(Studio) Studies on airport security in last year stemmed from bombing at 1 of cntry.'s largest airports 1 year ago today.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) Incident at La Guardia Airport last year noted; films shown. Who planted bomb and why not known; 1 suspect is Croatian ntlist. Zvonko Busic, charged with hijacking Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) jet and planting bomb in Grand Central Station. Other radicals, as well as Busic, deny responsibility for bomb. Chief investigator Edwin Dreher says bombers got more than bargained for. [DREHER - says perhaps bomb not intended to injure and if it hadn't, credit would be taken by someone.] Probe of La Guardia bombing has led to bombers of other places, such as Iraqi and USSR diplomatic facilities.
REPORTER: Don Cladstrup (WCBS-TV newsfilm)

Mudd, Roger

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