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Soviet Spy Trial #254998

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 10, 1978
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(Studio) USSR characterization of New Jersey trial of 2 Soviet United Nations employees arrested in May on espionage chgs. quoted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Newark, New Jersey) Prosecution's presentation of 1st evidence that defs. recd. documents important to United States national security, that would help USSR and be injurious to US, detailed. Testimony of Navy Captain Daniel Wolkensdorfer, who is wing commander of antisub team based in Hawaii, outlined. Defense attys.' attempts to show that antisub procedure described by Wolkensdorfer was, by time of Sovs.' arrest, fully discussed in "Aviation Wk. and Space Technology" mag. reported Beginning of defense presentation reported Sub detection procedure mentioned by Wolkensdorfer noted to be officially called light airborne multipurpose system.
REPORTER: Steve Young Artists: Al Herr Regina Tracy

Reporter(s):
Young, Steve;
Cronkite, Walter
Duration:
00:01:40

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