NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 08, 1977
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(DC) [Senator Richard SCHWEIKER - notes Army continuing germ warfare tests long after Fort Detrick safety officer said there's danger and after American Medical Association said they cause death.] Army says tests discontinued in 1969, but research re: other ntns. use of germ warfare and defense against it conts. Edward Kennedy says he'll sponsor legislature to control such tests and protect people.
REPORTER: Ford Rowan
(Studio) During World War II, American intelligence agents managed to administer dose of food poisoning to Nazi official Hjalmar Schacht, who was in charge of financing Hitler's Third Reich.
REPORTER: David Brinkley
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