NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 14, 1978
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(Studio) J. Wallace Laprade protest against indictments of former FBI head, L. Patrick Gray discussed. Laprade's order to step down as head of New York office of FBI, originating with Griffin Bell, called by Laprade dangerous precedent.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Los Angeles, California) Ted Gunderson, head of Los Angeles FBI, interviewed. [GUNDERSON - denies indictments of Gray and others have hurt morale. Speaks of regulations and instructions.] Re: warrantless wiretaps [GUNDERSON - does not fear legal jeopardy.] Situation summarized.
REPORTER: Roy Neal
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