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Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico / Missing Materials #435674

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Nelson) Report introduced.

(Los Alamos, New Mexico: Bob Franken) The continuing investigation into the discovery of the missing hard drives at the Los Alamos National Laboratory reported; details given of the calls for the resignation of Energy Secretary Bill Richardson due to numerous security problems. [RICHARDSON - says there is no evidence of espionage.] [US Energy Department director of counterintelligence Edward CURRAN - says nobody was notified at the time of the fires concerning the missing drives.] [Intelligence Committee chairman Senator Richard SHELBY - says that Richardson should go.]

Franken, Bob;
Nelson, Brian

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