Reaction: Private Ambulance Investigation: "Investigators Find Three Linked To Mob Control Ambulance Firm" - William Jones - Chicago Tribune

Reaction: Private Ambulance Investigation: "Investigators Find Three Linked To Mob Control Ambulance Firm" - William Jones - Chicago Tribune

by: William Jones | publication date: June 25, 1970 | Publication: The Chicago Tribune | pages: 2

"The United States attorney's office disclosed yesterday that crime syndicate financial wizards now control all of the stock of the Scully-Walton Ambulance company, 15 N. Laramie av.  The company was a key target of the two-month investigation by the Tribune and Better Government association which disclosed police pay-offs and sadistic treatment of the ill and injured by private ambulance crews.  A Tribune reporter and a B. G. A. investigator worked undercover as ambulance attendants to doument the abuses. . ."

A federal investigation finds that one of the targets of the Tribune undercover report on private ambulance firms is owned by the mob.

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