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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.
(DC: David Martin) Marine Corps reported dropping espionage chgs. against Corporal Arnold Bracy due to lack of evidence; allegations against him and sergeant Clayton Lonetree stemming from their tour of duty at United States embassy in Moscow reviewed. Details given, scenes shown. [Bracy's attorney Captain Brennan LYNCH - accuses Corps of poorly conducted investigation resulting in innocent Marines being hurt.] [BRACY - describes his coerced confession; defs. security at embassy.] Espionage chgs. against Lonetree recalled dropped as well.
- Kuralt, Charles;
- Martin, David
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