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Organized Crime Trial #100031

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 19, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(NYC: Stephen Geer) Verdicts in trial of mob bosses Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno, Carmine "Junior" Persico, Anthony "Tony Ducks" Corallo and 5 lower level Cosa Nostra members stemming from their membership in Mafia commission examined; details given, scenes shown. [Prosecutor Michael CHERTOFF - explains significance of case.] Commission members said also convicted of ordering several mob executions, include 1979 murder of Carmine Galante; Anthony Indelicato mentioned convicted of taking part in that hit. Importance to prosecution of 1970 racketeering law explained. [CHERTOFF - comments.]

Geer, Stephen;
Jennings, Peter

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