Nothing Subtle About These Charges

More fireworks are expected to erupt on Capitol Hill this week as a Senate subcommittee hears evidence in the B.C.C.I. scandal. Witnesses ranging from CIA and State Department officials to Georgia businessman Bert Lance and a former top B.C.C.I. executive will drop one bombshell after another, say staff members on the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics and International Operations. The most explosive testimony will focus on which heads of state took bribes from the bank, as well as on the role of Washington attorney Clark Clifford and what he knew about his Washington bank's connections to B.C.C.I. Clifford and his partner Robert...

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