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Mafia Bosses #307024

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno reported heading "Fortune" mag.'s list of cntry.'s top 50 Mafia bosses.

(NYC: Anthony Mason) Ramifications of trial of reputed Mafia bosses Anthony "Tony Ducks" Corallo, Carmine "Junior" Persico and Salerno examined; details given, scenes shown. [On FBI surveillance tape, voice of CORALLO - wants mob family members selling drugs killed; remarks transcribed on screen.] FBI surveillance tape showing Anthony Indelicato being congratulated for 1979 murder of boss Carmine Galante shown. [Defense attorney Samuel DAWSON - defs. structure of Mafia commission] Last December's murder of Paul Castellano recalled; his successor John Gotti mentioned under indictment.

Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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