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Hertz Investigation #558901

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jan 25, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Federal grand jury reported investigating Hertz Corporation rental car company for allegedly overcharging collision repairs. WNBC-TV report introduced.

(DC: John Miller) Ex-Hertz executive Al Blicker shown; details given of cooperation with Justice Department's investigation. Hertz rental policy discussed. Blicker allegedly aided Hertz in fraudulent actions. Hertz empls. reported allegedly altering ests. Hertz execs. noted refusing interviews. Hertz statement discussed. [Blicker's attorney David ISRAEL - claims Blicker wasn't responsible for scheme.] Hertz noted expecting indictment. Hertz reported hiring former Justice Department official John Martin. Martin mentioned negotiating with New York City United States attorney Andrew Maloney; details given, scenes shown.

Brokaw, Tom;
Miller, John

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