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Stks., Bonds Theft Probe / Zelmanowitz #471359

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 13, 1973
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(Studio) Senator Henry Jackson's investigation committee on stock and bond thefts reopens. Govt. informer, Gerald Zelmanowitz, testifies before committee
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(DC) [JACKSON - asks that pictures of Zelmanowitz be taken from back.] Zelmanowitz, confessed briber, works for government Helped put underworld leader Angelo Decarlo in jail. [ZELMANOWITZ - admits he induced some IRS agents with bribes. Sole IRS (Internal Revenue Service) agents checking into tax records while Zelmanowitz in Mafia are same agents Zelmanowitz bribed.] Decarlo free by executive commutation and Zelmanowitz fears for life since he helped send Decarlo to jail. Justice Department promised protection but has given

Utley, Garrick

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