LIPKA CASE FBI PRESS CONFERENCE
SAVANNAH/GAS HOUSE 1
00:00:00:00 [Residents of Weatherwood a Savannah subdivision are forced to move because unregulated waste dump under community emits explosive methane gas]--town mtg David Lipka, Westinghouse Envi ...
FORMER KGB SPY ARRESTED (02/23/1996)
A FORMER KGB SPY WAS ARRESTED TODAY AT HIS HOME IN MILLERSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA. ROBERT STEPHAN LIPKA, 50, WAS ARRESTED WITHOUT INCIDENT. THE FORMER U.S. ARMY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER WAS CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT ESPOINAGE DURING THE COLD WAR. ESPIONAGE IS PUNISHABLE BY DEATH BUT U.S. ATTORNEY MICHAEL STILES SAID HE WOULD NOT SEEK THE ULTIMATE PENALTY. STILES SAID THAT BETWEEN 1965 AND 1967 LIPKA SPIED WHILE HE WAS IN THE U.S. ARMY, ASSIGNED TO THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY AT FRT. MEADE, MARYLAND.
The Evening Team, 2nd part of September 27, 2022 (EDS, 2/2).
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Serial 3 Series 1km: forest of Bagnoles de l'Orne
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LIPKA CASE FBI PRESS CONFERENCE
KGB spy (02/23/1996)
The FBI arrested a man from Millersville, Pennsylvania accused of serving as a soviet spy. A former army employee of the super secret national security agency was arrested today on charges of spying for the Soviet Union in the 1960's and 70's. It is said that Robert Stephan Lipka, 50, even supplied data on troop movements that the white house received. Lipka worked for NSA in 1964-67 and his code name was "rook." He was arrested without incident at his home in Millersville, authorities said. Lipka was charged with transferring classified documents.
KGB - PHILADELPHIA
16:51:2- PRESS CONFERENCE WITH STEVE RIDO 16:51:45 CUTAWAY TO PRESS 16:55:45 FEMALE SPOKESPERSON 16:58:45 END OF CONFERENCE 16:59:00 SKETCHES OF RAPL STEPHEN LIPKA
Municipal 2014, campaign notebooks by Florent Loiseau
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The Belle Epoque district of Bagnoles
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PHILADELPHIA FEED
15:32:00 MAPS 15:33;09 BOB RYDER (?) FBI PRESS CONFERENCE 15:33:49 ANNOUNCEMENT THAT AT 0330 THIS MORNING, THE ARREST OF FRANK LIPKA / RALPH STEPHEN LIPKA 15:36:30 PHOTOGRAPH / CUTAWAY 15:39:26 PHOTOGRAPHS 15:47:00 MOS 15:48:42 MOS 15:50:30 CAR PULLING INTO GARAGE 15:51:06 CAR PULLING OUT 15:32:54 MEN WALKING TOWARDS HOUSE 15:55:01 HOUSE SHOTS 15:56:04 COURTROOM SKEETCHES
Le Havre, a training model.
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Montenegro Results 2 - WRAP Pro independence victory confirmed, plus reax
NAME: MTG RESULTS2 20060522I TAPE: EF06/0440 IN_TIME: 11:13:29:02 DURATION: 00:02:46:19 SOURCES: AP Television/Montenegro TV DATELINE: Podgorica, 21/22 May 2006 RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST: AP Television Podgorica - 21 May 2006 1. Various of Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Montenegro entering headquarters and walking towards stage through throng of supporters 2. Pull out from mid to wide of Djukanovic on stage 3. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Montenegro: "Tonight (Sunday night) - by the will of the Montenegro citizens the independent sovereign state of Montenegro has been reinstated." 4. Pull out from Djukanovic on stage to crowd Montenegro TV - No Access Montenegro Podgorica - 22 May 2006 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian with English translation) Frantisek Lipka, Chairman of the Electoral Commission: "For independence of Montenegro, 55.4 per cent of citizens voted for independence of Montenegro. And for union state, 44.6 per cent of citizens voted." AP Television Podgorica - 22 May 2006 6. Medium of woman at newspaper stand 7. Close of headline 8. Close of headline 9. Medium of men reading newspapers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "After 60 years we will be independent again. It was high time, and God willing we will go to Cetinje to celebrate our independence." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "Our hearts are full. We are so glad to be separated from Serbia. We had so many problems because of Serbia. I wish all the best for Montenegro's future." 12. People crossing road 13. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vox pop: "We are happy, it so much better that we have won. It does not matter that it is less than one per cent. Brilliant. Super!" 14. Medium of street wall STORYLINE: More than 55 per cent of Montenegrins voted for independence on Sunday, achieving the majority set by the European Union for recognition of their referendum result, an official preliminary count showed. Frantisek Lipka, the referendum commission president or Chairman of the Electoral Commission, told a news conference on Monday that 55.4 per cent of votes cast were in favour of ending the union with Serbia. The turnout was 86.2 per cent, said Lipka. "For independence of Montenegro, 55.4 per cent of citizens voted for independence of Montenegro. And for union state, 44.6 per cent of citizens voted," said Lipka. Montenegrins continued celebrating on Monday. "After 60 years we will be independent again. It was high time, and God willing we will go to Cetinje to celebrate our independence," said one. Another said, "our hearts are full. We are so glad to be separated from Serbia. We had so many problems because of Serbia. I wish all the best for Montenegro's future." The leader of Montenegro's pro-independence faction, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, spoke to a cheering crowd at his Podgorica headquarters on Sunday night, declaring victory at Montenegro's vote on secession from Serbia as thousands of supporters flooded the streets of the capital to celebrate. "Tonight (Sunday night) - by the will of the Montenegro citizens the independent sovereign state of Montenegro has been reinstated," said Djukanovic. Montenegrins had come out to Podgorica in record numbers on Sunday to vote on whether to stay in their troubled union with Serbia or become independent. Within an hour of polls closing, an independent monitoring group said a preliminary vote count indicated that a majority of Montenegrins had chosen to split from the much larger republic of Serbia.
KGB SPY / RIVERSIDE DRIVE
COVERAGE IN NEW YORK CITY FOR A CS ABOUT ROBERT STEVEN LIPKA, WHO WORKED FOR THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) IN THE 60S AND 70S WHERE HE HAD ACCESS TO THE HIGHEST SECRETS IN US GOVERNMENT, AND IS NOW ACCUSED OF SELLING CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO THE KGB. 01:00:28 NATURAL SOUND EXT FTG. WS PARK BENCH ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE AS CARS WAIT TO CROSS INTERSECTION. 01:01:10 CU GREEN AND WHITE RIVERSIDE DRIVE STREET SIGN. 01:01:21 MS PUSH IN FROM MS TO CU RIVERSIDE DRIVE SIGN. 01:02:11 PUSH IN FROM WS TO CU SAME STREET SIGN. 01:02:23 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:02:36 LOW ANGLE ROTATING PAN ACROSS STREET UNDER STREET SIGN. 01:02:42 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:03:21 PULL OUT FROM MWS TO WS CARS DRIVING DOWN RIVERSIDE DRIVE. 01:03:32 LS BEHIND PEOPLE WALKING DOWN PARK SIDE OF DRIVE UNDER BARREN WINTER TREES. 01:03:50 PAN ACROSS FROM UPSCALE APARTMENT BUILDINGS ACROSS STREET TO PARK. 01:04:02 LS DOWN STREET W/ UPSCALE PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDINGS. 01:04:15 HEADON WS CARS DRIVING PAST CAMERA. 01:04:43 TILT FROM EMPTY STREET UP TO TALL PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDING.
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Football: French training centres
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KGB SPY / RIVERSIDE DRIVE
COVERAGE IN NEW YORK CITY FOR A CS ABOUT ROBERT STEVEN LIPKA, WHO WORKED FOR THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) IN THE 60S AND 70S WHERE HE HAD ACCESS TO THE HIGHEST SECRETS IN US GOVERNMENT, AND IS NOW ACCUSED OF SELLING CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO THE KGB. 01:00:28 NATURAL SOUND EXT FTG. WS PARK BENCH ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE AS CARS WAIT TO CROSS INTERSECTION. 01:01:10 CU GREEN AND WHITE RIVERSIDE DRIVE STREET SIGN. 01:01:21 MS PUSH IN FROM MS TO CU RIVERSIDE DRIVE SIGN. 01:02:11 PUSH IN FROM WS TO CU SAME STREET SIGN. 01:02:23 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:02:36 LOW ANGLE ROTATING PAN ACROSS STREET UNDER STREET SIGN. 01:02:42 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:03:21 PULL OUT FROM MWS TO WS CARS DRIVING DOWN RIVERSIDE DRIVE. 01:03:32 LS BEHIND PEOPLE WALKING DOWN PARK SIDE OF DRIVE UNDER BARREN WINTER TREES. 01:03:50 PAN ACROSS FROM UPSCALE APARTMENT BUILDINGS ACROSS STREET TO PARK. 01:04:02 LS DOWN STREET W/ UPSCALE PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDINGS. 01:04:15 HEADON WS CARS DRIVING PAST CAMERA. 01:04:43 TILT FROM EMPTY STREET UP TO TALL PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDING.
Wide Angle/ The HAC
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KGB SPY / RIVERSIDE DRIVE
COVERAGE IN NEW YORK CITY FOR A CS ABOUT ROBERT STEVEN LIPKA, WHO WORKED FOR THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) IN THE 60S AND 70S WHERE HE HAD ACCESS TO THE HIGHEST SECRETS IN US GOVERNMENT, AND IS NOW ACCUSED OF SELLING CLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TO THE KGB. 01:00:28 NATURAL SOUND EXT FTG. WS PARK BENCH ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE AS CARS WAIT TO CROSS INTERSECTION. 01:01:10 CU GREEN AND WHITE RIVERSIDE DRIVE STREET SIGN. 01:01:21 MS PUSH IN FROM MS TO CU RIVERSIDE DRIVE SIGN. 01:02:11 PUSH IN FROM WS TO CU SAME STREET SIGN. 01:02:23 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:02:36 LOW ANGLE ROTATING PAN ACROSS STREET UNDER STREET SIGN. 01:02:42 SAME SHOT AGAIN. 01:03:21 PULL OUT FROM MWS TO WS CARS DRIVING DOWN RIVERSIDE DRIVE. 01:03:32 LS BEHIND PEOPLE WALKING DOWN PARK SIDE OF DRIVE UNDER BARREN WINTER TREES. 01:03:50 PAN ACROSS FROM UPSCALE APARTMENT BUILDINGS ACROSS STREET TO PARK. 01:04:02 LS DOWN STREET W/ UPSCALE PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDINGS. 01:04:15 HEADON WS CARS DRIVING PAST CAMERA. 01:04:43 TILT FROM EMPTY STREET UP TO TALL PREWAR APARTMENT BUILDING.
INDEPENDENCE MONTENEGRO
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Training of the Racing Club de Paris team at the Stade de France.
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Mycological walk in Bagnoles de l'Orne
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Charleville Mézières: the town hall opposed to any new aid to the football club
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Orne: marina, little Ukrainian girl can stay in France
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