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Securities Thefts / Cudak Testimony #217424

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 16, 1971
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(Studio) Robert F. Cudak tells Senate committee how easy it can be to steal securities.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Cudak granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for testimony. [CUDAK - tells of impersonating airport employee by wearing workers' uniform.] [Senator John L. McCLELLAN - asks if didn't need identification.] [CUDAK - says copied identification necessary; tells of stealing common stk., bearer bonds, treasurer notes; diamonds from mail bags; admits being paid off for thefts.] [Senator Charles H. PERCY - amazed entire trucks driven from airport without being checked.] [CUDAK - says security tighter at JFK airport in New York City now.]
REPORTER: Mike Stanley

(Studio) Cudak serving 7 years for mail theft.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Stanley, Mike

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