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Donovan Investigation #284502

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 28, 1982
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(Studio) Investigation of allegations that Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan is involved with underworld said resulting in clearing him.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Primary allegations investigated by Leon Silverman outlined on screen. [SILVERMAN - thinks insufficient evidence negates prospects of prosecution.] Allegations against Donovan, include testimony of Mario Montuoro recalled. Silverman's findings outlined on screen. [DONOVAN - thinks special prosecutor has cleared him.] [Senator Labor Committee chairperson Orrin HATCH - responds.]
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

(DC) President Reagan's congratulatory telephone call to Donovan quoted on screen; press. spokesperson Larry Speakes quoted. James Baker and Michael Deaver said considering Donovan political liability. Edwin Meese's stance mentioned. Secretary of State Alexander Haig mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan;
Tucker, Lem

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