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Vietnam Spy Case #497386

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 01, 1978
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(Studio) State Department's response reported with regard to allegations of spying on United States for government of Vietnam against Ronald Humphrey and David Troung [Troung Dinh Hung]. State Department's possible expelling of Vietnam United Nations diplomat noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Alexandria, Virginia) Testimony in arraignment, with regard to background of both men, given; Troung's experience under Thieu government in Vietnam and Humphrey's being in country with United States Information Agency cited. [Defense attorney Marvin MILLER - thinks there's witch-hunt in United States by some in government who oppose normalization with Vietnam.] [US attorney William CUMMINGS - isn't aware of witch-hunt.] Court proceedings detailed.
REPORTER: Ford Rowan Artist: Betty Wells

Brinkley, David;
Rowan, Ford

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