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This investigative report reveals how Iran has "been able to launder billions" of dollars, with assistance from New York banks, to improve their nuclear weapons program. The U.S. has relied on "unenforceable sanctions" that have allowed Iran to easily bypass the measures in place. After their permission to film was "revoked," the investigative team posed as tourists to get the rest of the story.
This IRE story is actually the FOI requests, court filings, affidavits and correspondence relating to reporter Gina Edwards attempts to obtain court-related documents from the state of New York "involving A.S. Goldman, a Naples-based brokerage firm that has been implicated in a $100 million fraud. ... New York's committee on Open Government, an official state body, agrees that the documents constitute public records, yet Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau's office has refused our repeated FOIL requests to review discovery documents." The story corresponding with the documents is #17443.
Union Jacked: How DC 37 Became America's Most Indicted Municipal Union and The Big Fix: How the Union's Bosses Rule by Fraud and IntimidationThis two-part investigation into a prominent New York City Union revealed persistent examples of fraud and abuse - ranging from Mafia connections to election rigging and voter fraud - in spite of the presence of a trustee appointed to monitor the union's activities.
Vanity Fair Magazine looks at the investigation of Clark Clifford, a pillar in the Democratic Party, and his relationship with the BCCI banking scandal; profiles Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau, who is leading the investigation, April 1992.