Joint Congressional Hearing on Iran-Contra affair. Committee counsel John Nields questions Lt. Col. Oliver North
United States USA Date:1987, July 7 Duration:6 min 25 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North testifies before a Joint Congressional Committee formed to investigate the Iran-Contra matter. Chief Counsel for the Committee, John Nields, questions Lt. Col. Oliver North about newspaper publicity. Mr. Nields asks him about his discussions with McFarlan. He also asks whether Lt. Col. shredded some documents on 21st of January and if they contained anything that could be damaging to the President. North's counsel, Brendan Sullivan, objects. North and his prosecutor whisper. Mr. Nields asks North about political damage to the President.
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