NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 22, 1985
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REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Chicago, Illinois) City's role in organized crime recalled begun with Al Capone; historical films shown. Congress hearings on mob and labor connection here today featured. [Witness Ken "Tokyo Joe" ITO - recalls being shot several times.] His testimony linking International Labor Union with Mafia noted. [ILU president Angelo FOSCO - takes Fifth Amendment.] [Former ILU vice president Robert POWELL - claims Fosco threatened to kill him; doesn't believe unions will ever be cleaned up.] Commission said calling Teamsters president Jackie Presser to testify tomorrow.
REPORTER: Mary Nissenson
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