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Brilab Indictments / Marcello #510971

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 1980
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(Studio) Indictment of Carlos Marcello in FBI's undercover operation known as BRILAB reported; details given.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Allegations against Marcello, reputed to be top organized crime figure, discussed; file tape shown. Alleged roles of I. Irving Davidson, former cmsr. administration Charles Roemer, attorney Vincent Marinello, former lieutenant governor James Fitzmorris in bribery scandal outlined; chgs. lodged against defs. listed on screen. Govt. noted trying to deport Marcello since 1953; further indictments stemming from Brilab said expected from grand juries in Washington, DC and Los Angeles.
REPORTER: Willie Monroe

Brinkley, David;
Monroe, Willie

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