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Defense Department / Corruption Investigation #321785

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 18, 1988
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report from Associated Press that Pratt and Whitney got hold of documents that General Elec. Company had submitted to Defense Department noted. Report introduced.

(DC: Lesley Stahl) Linking of Representatives Roy Dyson and William Chappell to payments from Unisys Corporation reported [On telephone DYSON - denies being investigated by Justice Department and denies Swiss bank accts.] Ties of Unisys with Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci outlined on screen. [Ex-Pentagon manpower chief Lawrence KORB - says Defense secys. Caspar Weinberger and Carlucci loosened controls.] FBI investigation of defense industry reported Stmts. by Senators William Proxmire and Chas. Grassley about problems of prosecuting such a case cited.

Smith, Harry;
Stahl, Lesley

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