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Frontline: High Crimes And Misdemeanors #656472

PBS Special for Friday, Nov 30, 1990

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An examination of the Iran-Contra scandal with Bill Moyers (PBS), excerpts of Ronald Reagan testimony, statements, and speeches, former Reagan assistant Michael Deaver, former Assistant Secretary of State Nicholas Veliotes, former National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane, George Bush, newspaper columnist John Wallach, Robert Parry of the Associated Press, Rep. Lee Hamilton, former State Department legal advisor Abraham Sofaer, former Justice Department official Charles Cooper, excerpt of press conference by then Attorney General Edwin Meese, excerpts of Oliver North, McFarlane, and John Poindexter testimony, former Assistant US Attorney Pamela Naughton, former CIA official Thomas Polgar, Sen. Warren Rudman, Iran-Contra independent counsel Lawrence Walsh, and others.

Duration:
01:28:00

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