SEQUELS: Lying Dutchman?

In Washington last week a federal grand jury charged Henry ("The Dutchman") Grunewald with ten counts of perjury before a congressional investigating committee and a Washington grand jury. Influence-Peddler Grunewald, said the grand jury, had lied about his tax-fixing activities in the halcyon days of the Truman Administration. Sample charge: Grunewald swore before a House Ways and Means Subcommittee in 1953 that he had never discussed tax matters with his pal, Daniel Bolich,* although Bolich, then Assistant Commissioner of Internal Revenue, shared Grunewald's lavish hospitality and his Washington hotel suite for more than a year.

Sixteen months ago (TIME, April...

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