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Defense Department / Corruption Investigation #321763

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 17, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(DC: David Martin) Admin. official quoted with regard to number of Defense Department empls. suspected of accepting bribes in exchange for trading insider info. to defense contractors. [On CNN's "Moneyline", President REAGAN - comments on situation.] [Vice President George BUSH - describes stealing from government] Expert quoted with regard to past efforts to prevent insider information trading. [Defense Department consultant Harlan ULLMAN - comments on situation.] Measures adopted to prevent information leaks listed on screen. [Senator Charles GRASSLEY - describes situation.] FBI noted investigating Representative Bill Chappell for possible ethics violations; details given.

Kuralt, Charles;
Martin, David

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