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Sarant #538517

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 08, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Farmingdale, New York) 1950 arrest and later execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for allegedly spying for USSR recalled; films shown. [Retired FBI agent Jack O'TOOLE - recalls that many under investigation by FBI for espionage left the cntry.] Disappearance of Alfred Sarant, friend of the Rosenbergs, who was investigated by FBI but never charged, reviewed. [USSR emigre and Harvard instructor Dr. Mark KUCHMIN - notes another Soviet emigre he met claimed his boss in USSR was American known as Phillipe Georgovich Stourous.] Stourous' role in developing missile guidance systems computers noted. [KUCHMIN - explains discovering that Stourous is Sarant; believes Sarant/Stourous' life in USSR was unhappy, both personally and ideologically.]
REPORTER: Bill Brown

Brown, Bill;
Palmer, John

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