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Espionage / FBI Agent #294153

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 04, 1984
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Los Angeles, California) Arraignment of FBI agent Richard Miller on espionage chgs. today noted; his alleged relationship with suspected KGB agent Svetlana Ogorodnikova, personal financial problems and recent excommunication by Mormon church examined. [Defense attorney John MOOT - considers client innocent; notes lesson learned by attys. from John DeLorean case.] Svetlana's alleged relationship with husband Nikolay Ogorodnikov mentioned. [Russian emigre Mischa MARKARIAN - recalls her public behavior, mocking of husband.] [Russian-American publisher Alexander POLOVETS - fears case will harm relationship between his community and American society.] Matthew Ogorodnikov, 13, said alone in family's apt., confused about mother's possible fate.
REPORTER: Terry Drinkwater Artist: Bill Robles

Drinkwater, Terry;
Rather, Dan

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