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South Korea #501793

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 30, 1979
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(Studio) Continued arrests in assassination of South Korea President Park Chung Hee reported include large number of senior intelligence officials; Park's murder by Korean CIA director Kim Jae-kyu said suspected by Korean officials as part of widespread plot.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Seoul, South Korea) Reaction in South Korea to Parks death examined; films shown. Roles of army chief of staff Chung Seung Hwa and acting president Choi Kyu-hah outlined; photos shown. Questions of Kim Jae Kyu's motive cited; possible participation in conspiracy by Park's secretary, Kim Kae Won considered Park's justification of Pol. repression recalled.
REPORTER: Jim Upshaw

Chancellor, John;
Upshaw, Jim

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