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Espionage / Ramsay Case #333613

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 08, 1990
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Miami: Doug Tunnell) Former United States Army sergeant Roderick Ramsay reported appearing before Florida federal court on charges of selling NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) plans to East-block countries; FBI investigation of spy ring centered in West German Army base detailed; scenes shown outside Tampa, Florida, court. West German court reported sentencing Ramsay associate Clyde Conrad to life in prison for selling NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and other US secrets to Hungary and Czechoslovakia. [US attorney Robert GENZMAN - comments on spy ring.] Extent of security damage detailed; Hungarian and Czech secret service noted willing to cooperate. [University of Miami Jiri VALENTA - says they will share information with CIA.] (Artist: Jean Radke)

Bradley, Ed;
Radke, Jean;
Tunnell, Doug

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