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Army Graft / Turner / Conlisk #442801

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 13, 1969
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(Studio) Former Provost Marshal, Major General Carl Turner, sold guns for profit. They were given to him by Chicago police. Police Supt. James Conlisk says gave guns to Army and Turner asked him to destroy receipts. Turner doesn't recall latter.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) [CONLISK - says guns given for purposes of Army.] [TURNER - says guns given for my private use.] [Senator Karl MUNDT - asks if Conlisk and Turner talked of guns being for private use, but receipt signed for clearance sake.] [CONLISK - says I never said, This is the way we clear our records. ] [TURNER - reiterates that Conlisk did say that.] [MUNDT - asks if Conlisk's memory fails him.] [CONLISK - says certain I didn't say so.] [TURNER - says I understand Conlisk's position and my own. Gave truth under oath.]
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Goralski, Robert
Duration:
00:03:20

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