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Briefly: Ehrlichman / Vesco / Townley / Brzezinski / Japan Strike #498535

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 26, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to John Ehrlichman's upcoming release from Arizona prison where he's been serving time for Watergate cover-up; dismissal of chgs. against Robert Vesco in Costa Rica and with regard to chgs. of illegal campaign contributions to Richard Nixon that face Vesco if he returns to US; government chgs. against Michael Townley in conspiracy to murder former Chilean amb. to US, Orlando Letelier, who died in Washington, DC in 1976; upcoming visit to China (PR) by National Security Adviser Brzezinski; and end to ntnwide. transit strike in Japan-

Hart, John

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