NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 21, 1980
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(Studio) Watergate arrests recalled and suspicion with regard to possible bugging of Republican ntl. headquarters announced.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(DC) Discovery of suspicious wires and magnetic field by private electronic expert at Republican national headquarters stated. Possible device said in office of party co-chairperson Mary Crisp. [CRISP - comments with regard to suspicions.] Her support for ERA and forced resignation from present post noted. [Security Expert Marshall MEYER - comments on wires that were found.] [Republican chairperson Bill BROCK - comments.] Internal disputes between Ronald Reagan supporters and Bill Brock, and between Brock and Mary Crisp noted.
REPORTER: Andrea Mitchell (WBAL-TV Newstape)