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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 12, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) Update on white collar crime fugitive Mark Rich featured; scenes shown of Rich skiing in Saint Moritz, Switzerland; photo of him shown. [Former United States attorney Rudolph GIULIANI - talks about Rich's renouncement of his United States citizenship, his crimes.] [RICH - congratulates Ross on finding him.] Interview held with Richard [RICH - explains why he can't return to the US, talks about trading with Iran during the hostage crisis, denies feeling any guilt.] Historical footage shown of the Iran-US hostage crisis; scenes shown of Rich's business headquarters near Zurich, Switzerland. Swiss government reported refusing to turn Rich over to American authorities; allegations that he has been setting up oil deals with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein mentioned.

Brokaw, Tom;
Ross, Brian

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