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Senate / Stock Manipulation #218122

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 21, 1971
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(Studio) Mystery witness explains stock manipulation.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Alias "George White" testifies Securities and Exchange Commission investigation ended after $25,000 bribe paid; "White" says New York Supreme Court Judge Mitchell D. Schweitzer accepted bribe. ["WHITE" - tells of getting 90-day postponement in trial handled by Schweitzer after friend talked to judge.] Schweitzer denies charges. [Senator Charles H. PERCY - says organized crime couldn't operate without cooperation of judges, public officials, pols., bankers, cmsnrs., and law firms.]
REPORTER: Mike Stanley

Cronkite, Walter;
Stanley, Mike

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