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Nofziger Trial #558677

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 11, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Former White House political director Lyn Nofziger's trial reported underway. Nofziger noted charged with illegal lobbying activity after leaving White House Report introduced.

(DC: James Polk) [NOFZIGER - maintains innocence.] Nofziger mentioned wearing Mickey Mouse tie to court Nofziger reported allegedly getting Wedtech contract illegally. Attorney General Edwin Meese mentioned. [Wedtech trustee Martin PLOONER - says Wedtech was trying to buy political influence.] [NOFZIGER - comments onlobbying practices.] Co-defendant Mark Bragg mentioned. [NOFZIGER - says worked hard.] Nofziger quoted. Attorney Stanton Anderson and Fairchild Inds. mentioned. [NOFZIGER - discusses lawyers.] Trial judge's ruling regarding lobbying contacts discussed. [NOFZIGER - says can take anything.] (Artist: Betty Wells)

Brokaw, Tom;
Polk, James

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