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(Studio) Navy now installs new equipment destruction devices on ships and use paper that dissolves in water for documents.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(Coronado, California) Captain John Williams tells inquiry court Pueblo incident inspired design of new destruction equipment, explosives for scuttlings, and dissolving paper for spy ships. Williams says Commander Lloyd Bucher still should have destroyed materials in 1 hour; says Bucher never had emergency plan. Williams says choice between destruction of secrets and lives matter of judgment; documents came lst with him. Bucher has said crew came 1st.
REPORTER: David Burrington (Narrates)
- Brinkley, David;
- Burrington, David
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