SECORD PLEADS INNOCENT
WASHINGTON — Richard Secord pleaded innocent Monday to charges of concealing from Congress more than $1 million in profits he allegedly pocketed by selling arms to Iran and the Nicaraguan Contras. Prosecutors and defense attorneys said at Mr. Secord's arraignment before US District Court Chief Judge Aubrey Robinson that they will discuss whether to combine the latest set of charges with an earlier indictment. A hearing on the question will be held May 31. Secord was released on his own recognizance.