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South Korea Influence Probe / Park Testimony #53660

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 03, 1978
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(Studio) Report on Tongsun Park's 1st public testimony to House Ethics Committee in investigation of South Korean influence scandal.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Details given with regard to Park's testimony. [PARK - says Washington, DC activities are small American success story.] Spec. cnsl. Leon Jaworski's questions re: former Representative Richard Hanna's admission to bribery chgs. noted. [PARK - denies complicity in bribery.] Jaworski's citing of indictment of former Representative Otto Passman on bribery chgs. stated. [PARK - denies bribing Passman.] Park's testimony with regard to money given to Congmen. reported [PARK - was trying to help congress friends who had been loyal and helpful to him.] Further testimony to come on Tues

Hume, Brit;
Reasoner, Harry

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