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Watergate Hearings / Ulasewicz #471459

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 18, 1973
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(Studio) Former New York City policeman Anthony Ulasewicz testifies before Senate Watergate committee Testifies he delivered money to Watergate defendants on former Nixon attorney Herbert Kalmbach's say-so. Good sense of humor about Watergate role.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Capitol Hill) [ULASEWICZ - says money for defendants carried in brown bag.] [Assistant cnsl. Terry LENZNER - asks if conversations between Kalmbach and Ulasewicz carried on in public telephone booths.] Ulasewicz confirms. [LENZNER - asks how Ulasewicz carried money.] [ULASEWICZ - says ended up with money changer for telephone calls to Kalmbach.] Mode of travel discussed. [ULASEWICZ - states Eastern Airlines used for travels until searches became prevalent on planes. On 1 occasion forced to take brain home] [Senator Lpwell WElCKER - finds Ulasewicz's sense of humor refreshing, but says his sense of humor lost long-ago on such activities. Asks where all Watergate defendants are now.] [ULASEWICZ - replies all in jail.] [WEICKER - calls Watergate a tragedy, no joke.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Chancellor, John

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