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FBI / Burglaries #492418

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 28, 1977
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(Studio) FBI informer claims he was paid in cash to keep quiet re: burglarizing for Bureau.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Timothy Redfearn makes claims; Justice Department is investigating. Redfearn in trouble in Denver, Colorado, last summer for burglary at Socialist Workers party headquarters Redfearn now says he was paid to keep quiet re: other burglaries, include some into home of Colorado Representative Patricia Schroeder. [SCHROEDER - recalls finding evidence of burglaries.] Assistant Attorney General Stanley Pottinger goes to Denver to question Redfearn and 2 Justice Department attys. from Chicago also fly to Denver.
REPORTER: Carl Stern (KOA-TV newsfilm, Denver)

Brinkley, David

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