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Page 2-Friday, November 4, 1977-The Michigan Ddily
Ethics panel says no
reps were nfluenced

by S. Kor
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House
ethics committee reported yesterday
that its year-long investigation has+
not proved that a single congressman
was influenced by cash, gifts or!
favors received from South Korean
agents.
Rep. John Flynt (D-Ga.), chair-
man of the ethics panel, said in a
periodic report to the House that
public hearings two weeks ago
"removed any doubt" that South
Korean officials and businessmen
had tried to buy influence in Con-
gress.
BUT, FLYNT added, "The com-
mittee is unaple to say at this time
whether any members of Congress
succumbed to the efforts to influence
their official actions."
Flynt's report added: "The major
obstacle encountered by.the commit-
tee has been refusal of the govern-
ment of the Republic of South Korea
to cooperate in the investigation.
Instead of cooperation, the commit-
tee has thus far met with resist-
ance."
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,ean gifts
He said investigators have only
"unsubstantiated testimony or evi-
dence" concerning congressmen who
received the South Korean cash or
gifts.
DESPITE South Korean dis-
patches indicating a willingness to
cooperate, he said, the conditions
Seoul has attached are unacceptable.
He said this was particularly true of
U.S. efforts to talk to former Wash-
ington society figure Tongsun Park;
a rice dealer indicted in absentia for
his part in the scandal. Park fled to
South Korea when the investigation
began.
"The limitations on questioning
Park would make a farces of the
responsibilities entrusted to this
committee," Flynt said.
Attorney General Griffin Bell said
this week that Justice Department
prosecutions are "about at the end of
the road" without Park's testimony.;
Some 20 congressmen have ac
knowledged publicly or to investiga-
tors that they accepted campaign
contributions and other money from
Park, but they say they did nothing
wrong.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVIII, No. 50
Friday, November 4, 1977
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of Michigan. News phone 764-0562. Second class
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