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Marijuana Smuggling / HouseHearings #499905

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 26, 1978
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(Studio) Details with regard to marijuana smuggling in United States given; is compared to days of Prohibition. House hearing on smuggling reported.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Testimony of convicted marijuana smuggler Robert Ebey detailed. [EBEY - asks if he can remove disguising mask. Says many traffickers' boats have better radar than Coast Guard.] [Committee chairperson Mario BIAGGI - questions Ebey.] [EBEY - could get information with regard to DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) office activity.] DEA plans to question Ebey noted.
REPORTER: Michael Silver

Brinkley, David;
Silver, Michael

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