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Senate / Teamsters #492747

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 21, 1977
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(Studio) Senate subcommittee probe of insurance schemes in Teamsters union spells more trouble for union president Frank Fitzsimmons.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Subject of probe is local in Detroit, where Fitzsimmons' son Richard indicted in February with regard to scheme. Other son Donald worked for man trying to put over scheme. [Senator Sam NUNN - says report doesn't indicate law violation, but poses question with regard to possible conflict of interest.] Fitzsimmons denies charge. Rumors with regard to possible resignation of Fitzsimmons from union president cited; has already resigned, under pressure, from pension fund board.
REPORTER: Brian Ross (WWJ-TV newsfilm, Detroit)

Chancellor, John

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