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General Services Administration Scandal / Baltimore Indictments #55905

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 29, 1978
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(Studio) Report on 1st indictments in General Services Administration scandal, handed down by Baltimore grand jury.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Baltimore, Maryland) Bribery chgs. involving General Services Administration supply store mgrs. and Hilles Assocs., of Westminster, MD, noted. [Indicted General Services Administration store manager Roger WILT - refuses comment.] Allegations against Matthew Christopher Assocs., Incorporated, and Army employees stated; supplier reported to be unindicted. [Supplier Matthew SMITH - didn't submit fraudulent vouchers to GSA.] Smith's other comments, with regard to Army employee, stated. Expected further indictments mentioned. Probes of General Services Administration scandal in other cities than Baltimore cited.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory

Gregory, Bettina;
Reynolds, Frank

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