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CIA / Domestic Spying #29802

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 1974
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(Studio) CIA still charged with spying on Americans illegally. Richard Helms, former CIA head, denies domestic spying during his tenure. James Angleton quits as CIA counterintelligence chief. Talks of charges.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Arlington, Virginia) Under strain, Angleton has told several versions of story. Repeats denial of CIA wrongdoing. Resigned because cover blown. Says disagreed with CIA director William Colby. [Ex-CIA official ANGLETON - denies domestic spying; answers question with regard to his resignation.] Interview reported; CIA, FBI, Justice Department worked together, Angleton said.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson

(Seattle, WA) Former CIA chief John McCone interviewed.. [McCONE denies any CIA domestic spying during his time.] McCone thinks charges should be investigated.
REPORTER: (KOMO-TV newsfilm)

Peterson, Roger;
Smith, Howard K.

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