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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Shoreham, New York: Steve Young) Cnty. officials' effort to prevent Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO) opening Shoreham nuclear power plant noted include filing fraud and racketeering chgs. against LILCO execs. [Cnty. legislature Gregory BLASS - cites basis of allegations.] [Former inspector George HENRY - claims company ordered cover-up of problems found.] Cnty. chgs. listed on screen. [Cnty. legislature Wayne PROSPECT - accuses LILCO of accepting substandard concrete; explains.] Possibility CIA director William Casey will be named in suit noted. [BLASS - cites investigation of Casey and other LILCO bd. dirs. at time of misconduct.] [LILCO vice president Ira FREILICHER - defs. plant's safety.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Young, Steve
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