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Eye On America (A Whistle-Blower's Story) #345778

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 09, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sanford, Florida: Bob Faw) Story of a whistle-blower's claims that helicopters built for the Army as targets for its missiles were inadequate and a fraud examined; scenes shown; details given of the charges and of the findings of the many investigations of them. [Helicopter manufacturer Fred CLARK, former company employer Kelly ROBINSON - offer differing opinions on the issue.] Clark noted going out of business due to the legal costs of defending his company against Robinson's charges. [Representative Bill McCOLLUM - says the government can destroy an individual.] [Assistant inspector general Donald MANCUSO - defends the investigation.] [ROBINSON, CLARK - offer final words.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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