Coporate Crime: EF Hutton Case
1985-06-19T13:18:00-04:00https://ximage.c-spanvideo.org/eyJidWNrZXQiOiJwaWN0dXJlcy5jLXNwYW52aWRlby5vcmciLCJrZXkiOiJGaWxlc1wvYTFjXC80NzYzQS0xNDEzLmpwZyIsImVkaXRzIjp7InJlc2l6ZSI6eyJmaXQiOiJjb3ZlciIsImhlaWdodCI6NTA2fX19Executives from E.F. Hutton and Co. testified on the circumstances leading to a 2,000 count fraud indictment.
Executives from E.F. Hutton and Co. testified on the circumstances leading to a 2,000 count fraud indictment.
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Michael Castellano Comptroller
- Edward F. Feighan U.S. Representative [D] Ohio
Robert M. Fomon Chairman E.F. Hutton and Co.
William J. Hughes U.S. Representative [D] New Jersey
Thomas Lynch President
- Romano L. Mazzoli U.S. Representative [D] Kentucky
Thomas Morley Senior Vice President
- Bruce A. Morrison U.S. Representative [D] Connecticut
- Eugene Shaw Jr. U.S. Representative [R] Florida
- Larry Smith U.S. Representative [D] Florida
- U.S. House of RepresentativesU.S. House of Representatives
- House Judiciary Subcommittee on CrimeHouse Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime
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