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Cuba / Revolution Celebrations / CIA #54950

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 28, 1978
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(Studio) Announcement in Havana, Cuba, by 6 Americans, include 3 former CIA employees, of plans for worldwide network of agents to expose CIA personnel and operations detailed. Report on Cuban celebrations of Fidel Castro's revolutionary movement
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Havana, Cuba) Details given about gathering of representatives from USSR , East Germany, Angola, Palestinian movement and Americans in Havana for celebrations and discussions of leftist pols. American group leader Sandy Pollock's statements about her group's goals noted. Plans by group to denounce CIA, particularly with regard to CIA's implications of Cuban involvement in assassination of John F. Kennedy, outlined. Cuban television appearance by former CIA agents Philip Agee and James and Elsie Wilcott mentioned; Agee heads Covert Action Info. Committee and Wilcotts worked for CIA in Miami. Wilcotts' claims about Lee Harvey Oswald cited.
REPORTER: Bob Sirkin

Reynolds, Frank;
Sirkin, Bob

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