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Maxwell Financial Empire #579213

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 09, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(London: Margaret Larson) Accusations that the late publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell siphoned off millions from his employees' pension funds featured; scenes shown of Maxwell, his sons, and his burial in Jerusalem. British court today reported ordering sons Kevin and Ian Maxwell to surrender their passports until they come up with information about the missing money. ["Private Eye" editor Ian HISLOP, former Maxwell editor Roy GREENSLADE - say Maxwell was a con man.] Scandal surrounding Maxwell's purchase of Pergamon Press, Limited, recalled; historical footage shown. [Former government investigator Sir Ronald LEACH - comments on Pergamon Press scandal.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Larson, Margaret

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