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Special Segment (DeLorean) #545846

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 13, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(No location given) Possibility of new indictments arising from John DeLorean's questionable handling of his car company's finances examined; scenes, photos shown. Background to case reviewed. Pol. and economy importance of his British-backed plant in North Ireland explained. [Former associate William HADDAD - feels DeLorean destroyed workers' hopes.] Haddad's history with DeLorean outlined. [HADDAD - accuses DeLorean of theft.] [Attorney Murray SANDS - explains suit against Arthur Anderson auditors filed by DeLorean investors.] Arthur Anderson document indicating company's long-standing suspicion of DeLorean wrongdoing quoted on screen; DeLorean mentioned negotiating to open another car company in Ohio. [DeLOREAN - claims he's being framed.]
REPORTER: Brian Ross

Brokaw, Tom;
Ross, Brian

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