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United States Embassy / Soviet Radiation #245592

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 25, 1976
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(Studio) AS reports classified State Department document concludes that aluminum screens installed in United States embassy in Moscow are 90% effective in blocking microwave radiation beamed by Soviets. Many top-level State Department representatives feel microwaves are intended to cause health hazards to United States workers. Ambassador Walter Stoessel suffers from pernicious anemia which can lead to personality changes. Illness believed related to radiation exposure.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:00:50

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