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FBI Memos / Korean Bribery Scandal #497988

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 21, 1978
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(DC) FBI memos rptdly. sent to former Attorney General John Mitchell and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, examined. Korean influence buying reported as topic of memos.

(Capitol Hill) Details of memos outlined at congress hearing. [MITCHELL - recalls telling speaker Carl Albert that his aide Susie Park Thompson involved in influence peddling scheme, but Albert dismissed idea.] Other FBI reports detailed by committee chairperson Don Fraser. [FRASER - asks if Mitchell would remember particular memo if he had seen it.] [MITCHELL - affirms.] Representative Richard Hanna rptdly. involved in scandal. Roles of Susie Park Thompson and Tongsun Park in matter discussed. Is noted Kissinger's memory with regard to memo foggy also.
REPORTER: James Polk

Hart, John;
Polk, James

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