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Special Segment (The Eavesdropping War) (Part II) #551726

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 20, 1986
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(Studio: Roger Mudd) Report introduced.

(DC: Anne Garrels) High-tech surveillance of each other by United States and USSR detailed; scenes shown. [Dr. Jeffrey RICHELSON - notes lack of secrecy due to sophisticated surveillance.] National Sec. Agency's role explained. [Federal of American Scientists spokesperson John PIKE - comments on satellite intelligence gathering.] TRW's manufacturer of such satellites mentioned. NSA's weakness in processing intelligence information considered. Discovery of Libya's role in Berlin nightclub bombing cited as example [RICHELSON - discusses priorities on US surveillance personnel.] ["The Puzzle Palace" author James BAMFORD - explains one facility's role.]

Reporter(s):
Garrels, Anne;
Mudd, Roger
Duration:
00:04:50

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