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Focus (IRS: Stepping Up The War On Drugs) #575536

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 10, 1990
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Henry Champ) Role of IRS (Internal Revenue Service) in drug investigations examined; scenes shown of Thursday's raid on Los Angeles, California, car dealership used for drug money laundering. [IRS investigator Earl ACQUAVIVA - comments.] [IRS agent Pat DORSEY - discusses Texas bank case.] Toughening of IRS (Internal Revenue Service) drug policies explained; details given of agency's examination of large cash transactions; some specific cases cited. [IRS employee Pat DONALDSON - comments on case.] [Check cashing store MANAGER - talks about cash transactions.] Constitutional issues behind such IRS (Internal Revenue Service) policies and extent of cases covered by IRS (Internal Revenue Service) reviewed.

Champ, Henry;
Williams, Mary Alice

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