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Identity Theft / Crackdown #730991

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The government crackdown on identity theft featured; details given about the theft of credit cards and Social Security numbers from mail boxes; surveillance video shown. [US Postal Service John WISNIEWSKI†- comments on mail theft suspects apprehended in California.] [Assistant US attorney Larry BROWN†- says mail is a treasure trove for thieves.] [Apartment manager Bert POLLACI†- explains how mail was stolen from an apartment complex.] [US attorney Kevin RYAN†- comments on one thief’s system.] [Identity theft victim Esther DeANDA†- comments on her messed-up credit.]

Rather, Dan;
Blackstone, John

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