Iran-Contra Investigation Day 2
Major General Richard Secord was questioned about the details of selling arms to Iran. He testifies that he received no profits from the arms sales. General Secord also testifies that he assumed President Ronald Reagan knew of his activities.
People in this video
- John Nields Jr. Chief Counsel House Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions
- Warren B. Rudman U.S. Senator [R] New Hampshire
Richard Secord Major General (Retired) U.S. Air Force
- George Van Cleve Counsel House Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions
- Senate Cmte. Secret Military Assistance | Hse. Cmte. to Investigate Covert ArmsSenate Cmte. Secret Military Assistance | Hse. Cmte. to Investigate Covert Arms
Iran-Contra Investigation Day 15 Part 2
Albert Hakim, the business partner of retired General Richard Secord answered questions about a death benefit account…
Iran-Contra Investigation Day 16
David Lewis testified concerning comments that Albert Hakim’s lawyer made to Lewis about the North death benefit account, called…
Iran-Contra Investigation Day 18 Part 1
Bretton Sciaroni testified concerning an investigation he conducted for the Intelligence Oversight Board which…
Iran-Contra Investigation Day 21
Stanley Sporkin testified concerning the drafting of two presidential findings that authorized selling arms to Iran.