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Mandel Indictment #237829

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 24, 1975
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(Studio) Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel indicted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Baltimore, Maryland) Indictment accuses Mandel of entering corrupt relship. with 5 other men to defraud state and its citizens. Charged Mandel used his influence with racing commission and legislature to do favors for Marlboro Race Track. Other 5 men repaid Mandel for favors. Charges: 20 courts of mail fraud and 4 courts of prohibited racketeering activities.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

(Annapolis, Maryland) [MANDEL - says person innocent until proven guilty.]
REPORTER: Fred Graham

(Baltimore, Maryland) Could get 140 years if found guilty.
REPORTER: Fred Graham

Cronkite, Walter;
Graham, Fred

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