CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 17, 1978
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(Studio) Statement of chief United States investigator in questioning of Tongsun Park with regard to congress influence scandal, that testimony may not result in indictments of present Congmen., reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(San Francisco, California) Early reports from Seoul with regard to Park's testimony detailed. Film shown. Assistant attorney general Benjamin Civiletti's arrival in San Francisco and statements on early reports on questioning of Park outlined. [CIVILETTI - says there was no criminal wrongdoing or anything near to it by present members of Congress Cites information with regard to questions asked Park and his responses.]
REPORTER: Harold Dow
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