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DeLorean #520304

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 22, 1982
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(Studio) John DeLorean reported remaining in jail on federal drug chgs.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Los Angeles, California) DeLorean' s case said illustrating government's incrd. attack on drug dealing; defense attorney Joseph Ball noted meeting client in prison today. Role of Eureka Federal Savings of San Carlos, California, in FBI undercover agent - James T. Benedict's investigation explained. [Eureka president Ken. KIDWELL - recalls DeLorean's request for loan.] Intensification of government's antinarcotics program described; Tacoma, WA, sentencing of movie producer Robert Sterling and California and Florida case involving grandmothers' laundering of drug money for smugglers cited as exs. Photos shown. Apparent focus of government's investigation noted.
REPORTER: Brian Ross

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Ross, Brian
Duration:
00:02:10

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