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Organized Crime / Hazardous Waste Dumping #327693

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 28, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Tuxedo, New York: Harold Dow) Org. crime reported now involved in illegal dumping of hazardous waste. [US attorney Benito ROMANO - comments.] Ex. of situation in Tuxedo, New York, given; murder of dump manager Robert Maloney and his boss Frank Sacco discussed, scenes shown. [New York attorney general Robert ABRAMS - says toxic waste was found at dump site.] [RESIDENTS - (named) comment on dump.] Audio of perjury confession of town justice Bernard Barone to Sacco broadcast State environmental inspector Sandy White reported pleading guilty to bribery chgs. Convictions of others (some named) involved in scam discussed. [Town planner Helmut NIMKE, town supervisor Annette DOROZYNSKI - comment.] Hazards to environmental as result of toxic dumping noted unknown. (Artist: Jane Rosenberg)

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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