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Nightline Special Investigation: American Patriot/Soviet Spy? #647298

ABC Special for Monday, Jun 15, 1992

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An examination of the allegation that US citizens Joel Barr and Al Sarant were Soviet spies during the Cold War with Ted Koppel (ABC), retired FBI agent Robert Royal, retired FBI agent Robert Lamphere, Carol Dorothy, Joel Barr's son Anton Burg, Joel Barr's wife Vera Burg, Al Sarant's children Kolya Staros and Christina Staros, and execrpts of an interview by Koppel with Barr.

Reporter(s):
Koppel, Ted (ABC)
Duration:
00:59:00

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