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Murder / Operation Alias #249594

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 23, 1977
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(Studio) Los Angeles area case, where 3 men under Operation Alias program of Justice Department indicated as hired killer, reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Newport Beach, California) Newport Beach, California, described. Death of Steven Bovin noted. Persons involved identified by document on screen as Joseph Davis (a.k.a. Drohavrata),Joseph Gabriel Federouske (a.k.a. Gupta); Roy Christopher Richard (a.k.a. Dave Rashada); Gerry Peter Fiori; Anthony Marone, Junior; Raymond Resco; Alexander Kulik; Elsie Caban Kulik (a.k.a. Tarni); and "John Does I through X." Alex Kulik said hired men to kill Bovin. 3 of men said under Justice Department Operation Alias false names. Reversion to racketeering pattern as Mafia members in east, noted. [Defense attorney Phillip De MASSA - denies client involved.] [Deputy D.A. David CARTER - talks of crimes committed by persons relocated by Justice Department]
REPORTER: Fred Graham Artist: Howard Brodie

Cronkite, Walter;
Graham, Fred

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