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Army Graft / Turner #2683

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 22, 1969
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(Studio) Major General Carl Turner accused of covering up for sergeant Major William Wooldridge during NCO Club investigation.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Senator Lee Metcalf does most of questioning. [TURNER - says Wooldridge's name shouldn't be subject of study if allegations couldn't be proven. If I said to take his name out of file, I said "only if allegations couldn't be proven."] [METCALF - tries to get Turner to answer question `yes' or `no.'] [TURNER - says, "Yes, if allegations couldn't be proven."]

(Studio) Chairperson Abraham Ribicoff asks Justice Department to consider perjury charges against Turner.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

McBee, Keith;
Smith, Howard K.

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