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(Studio) Report with regard to John Paisley introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(No location given) Discovery of Paisley's body in Chesapeake Bay recalled; details given with regard to body identification [MD state police Lieutenant Thomas BOSLEY - comments.] Iden. of body by dental records stated; response of dentists involved given. [Dentist Dr. Dean McKINNON - comments.] Confusion with regard to Paisley's fingerprints discussed; FBI mentioned. [BOSLEY - comments.] Description of papers found on Paisley's boat and in apt. given. Paisley's telephone directory, containing confidential CIA listings reported found on boat; Paisley family reaction noted. Directory said to have been given to Senate Intelligence Committee Committee spokesperson quoted re: directory. Circumstances of Paisley's death outlined. [Paisley friend Betty MYERS - comments.] Letter from CIA to Paisley shown, discussed. Part III of report said to appear tomorrow.
REPORTER: Paul Altmeyer
- Altmeyer, Paul;
- Robinson, Max
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