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Hi-Tech Espionage / Harper #287041

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 19, 1983
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(Studio) James Harper reported appearing for California court hearing on espionage charges against him.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Silicon Valley, California) Harper's bail request said denied; details given. [Defense attorney William DOUGHERTY - considers client's motives.] Significance of high technology espionage for US-USSR defense systems examined; upcoming deployment of Pershing missiles cited as example [Govt. security consultant John SHEA - believes USSR is pressured into carelessness.] [Sec. expert Martha COSGRIFF-MARTIN - notes concerns among security personnel.] [Export enforcement spokesperson Richard WILLIAMS - notes lack of loyalty by many American firms exporting high technology equipment overseas.] [SHEA - feels US companies need to be more aggressive, mature about security issues.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen Artist: Howard Brodie

Reporter(s):
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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