Robert talks with Selwyn Raab, a reporter for the New York Times, about organized crime involvement in the New Jersey health care industry. Twelve men were arrested yesterday who are alleged to be involved with the Genovese crime family gang that defrauded medical programs. The crime ring is believed to have siphoned money from group health-care programs that serve a million patients.



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