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Billy Carter Affair / Libyan Bribery Scheme #67023

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 13, 1980
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(Studio) Billy Carter's remarks upon arriving in Washington, DC to meet with Senator investigators with regard to his relationship with Libya quoted; film shown. Libyan efforts to gain influence in United States said evidently extending beyond President's brother
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(NYC) Libya, under Colonel Muammar el Kadhafi, said desperate for US planes; fugitive financier Robert Vesco reported alleged mastermind behind scheme to bribe United States government officials. Films shown, details given. Info. garnered from documents outlined on screen; plan to gain influence on Capitol Hill against what Libya terms the "Jewish influence" discussed.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory

Reporter(s):
Gregory, Bettina;
Robinson, Max
Duration:
00:02:20

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