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Commonwealth Edison Trial #512402

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 09, 1980
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(Studio) Commonwealth Edison and 2 employees said found innocent on charges of violating safety rules at Rock Island, Illinois, nuclear Plant.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Rock Is, Illinois) This said 1st time NRC filed criminal charges against a utility. [James OLSEN - says he reported incident to FBI.] Jury's acquittal of Com. Edward plant supervisor Nicholas Kalivianakis and former plant Sec. dir. Walter Meehan. [MEEHAN - feels great.] Inability of informant James Olsen to find work now noted.
REPORTER: Denise Baker Artist: Verna Sadock

Baker, Denise;
Savitch, Jessica

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