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Daily Difference: Friday Follow-Up (Wall Street's Merchants of Greed) #583413

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 31, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mike Jensen) Update given on imprisoned financial crooks; details given of conviction and imprisonment of junk bond king Michael Milken, who had been involved in insider trading scandal with Dennis Levine, Martin Siegel and Ivan Boesky. [Prison Fellowship's Charles COLSON - talks about his visit with Milken.] [ON CNN talk show, LEVINE - comments.] ["Wall Street Journal"'s "Den of Thieves" author James STEWART - says all four men will emerge wealthy while many people lost jobs in these junk bond maneuvers.] [Former United States attorney Rudolph GIULIANI - recalls going up against Milken and his firm.] [Milken's attorney Alan DERSHOWITZ - says Milken wants to start over.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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