NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 22, 1969
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(Studio) Ex. Provost Marshal, Carl Turner says police stations gave him guns which he sold for his private use. They say it was for Army use only. Senator Abraham Ribicoff says perjury involved in hearings. Says Justice Department to think of placing charges against Turner.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(DC) [RIBICOFF - asks Turner about conspiracy study brought to his attention] [TURNER - says Chief of Staff and I discussed matter.] [Senator RIBICOFF - says General Johnson says you never told him about Augsburg file.] [TURNER - says I did. Never protected Wooldridge.] He admits it was improper to have gotten guns from Kansas and Illinois police stations [Senator John McCLELLAN - asks if he thinks practice improper.] [TURNER - says it's hindsight.] [Senator McCLELLAN - asks several times whether Turner thought it proper.] [TURNER - says, "No, sir."]
REPORTER: Robert Goralski