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ATF / Officer Reinstatement #354747

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 1994
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(Washington: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Scott Pelley) The two federal agents Phillip Chojnacki and Charles Sarabyn who were found guilty of negligence and fired because of the disastrous Waco, Texas, raid on the Branch Davidian complex two years ago reported reinstated today as part of concessions made by the ATF in order to keep the two agents from suing them which would reopen the case examined; scenes shown of the federal raid on the Davidian complex. [1993, Treasury Secretary Lloyd BENTSEN - comments on the two raid commanders.] [Sarabyn's attorney Steve GARDNER - comments on the responsibility of others.] [Agent CHOJNACKI - comments on the agents who died in the raid.] ATF settlement list of concessions to the disciplined officers shown.

Chung, Connie;
Pelley, Scott

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