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Dubberstein / Espionage #530067

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 28, 1983
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(Studio) Grand jury reported indicting former defense department analyst Waldo Dubberstein for espionage on behalf of Libya through former CIA agent Edwin Wilson.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Dubberstein's background and alleged espionage activity examined; details of indictment outlined, discussed. [Assistant United States attorney Theodore GREENBERG - acknowledges chgs. against Dubberstein.] Dubberstein's alleged relationship with Wilson and activity in Libya discussed; his reaction to allegations noted. Prosecutors said also claiming Wilson plotted to smuggle drugs into United States from his New York City jail cell; details outlined.
REPORTER: Susan Peterson

Mudd, Roger;
Peterson, Susan

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