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Defense Contractors / Operation Ill Wind #346360

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Recent guilty plea by United Technologies on charges of defrauding the government recalled.

(Pentagon: David Martin) Operation Ill Wind, a government investigation of corruption in the defense contractors industry, featured; FBI surveillance photograph shown from a secret meeting of Pentagon officer Jack Sherman with defense firms consultant Thomas Muldoon, who was paying him for insider information. [On tape, MULDOON, SHERMAN - joke.] Conviction of Melvyn Paisley in the case recalled. [FBI Larry POTTS, Brookings Institution Lawrence KORB, attorney Michael SCHEININGER - comment on the prison terms and contracting companies' fines.] Unisys ethics training video shown.

Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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