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Defense Department / Corruption Investigation #321799

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) FBI investigation into payoffs at Pentagon reported Report introduced.

(DC: David Martin) Investigation of Defense Department featured. [On "Face the Nation", Senator Charles GRASSLEY - says it's an ethic within the Defense Department] Extent of possible indictments noted. Report from "Defense Wk." magazine detailed; United Technologies Corp.'s possession of General Elec. Company documents about military airplanes detailed. [On "This Wk.", Senator Sam NUNN - discusses important of inside info.] Involvement of former assistant Secretary of Navy Melvyn Paisley in defense industry investigation noted; scenes shown. Paisley's link to former Navy Secretary John Lehman noted. [On "This Wk.", Representative Les ASPIN - discusses decisions in Lehman's Navy.]

Martin, David;
Spencer, Susan

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