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Soviets Say Nixon Had Been Booked on Flight 007
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Sep 25, 1983
Start Page: A10
Pages: 1

MOSCOW, Sept. 14 (AP) -- The Soviet news media said today that former President Nixon canceled a reservation on Korean Air Lines Flight 007 because the CIA "did not dare send a former president to his death" and alerted him at the last minute. A Nixon assistant denied the report.

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