Sinatra: The FBI Files

NPR's Alex Chadwick talks to journalists Tom and Phil Kuntz, about the voluminous files the FBI kept on Frank Sinatra. After Sinatra's death two years ago, the Kuntz brothers obtained the files, under the Freedom of Information Act. In this interview, they discuss the surveillance the FBI carried out simultaneously into Sinatra's relationship with John Fitzgerald Kennedy and with Chicago crime boss, Sam Giancana.



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