The Nation: ITT: No Charges

For a year, Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski's staff has investigated whether ITT Corp.'s pledge of financial sup port for the 1972 Republican National Convention influenced a controversial antitrust settlement in the company's favor. Last week, in a letter to a Congressman who had complained that the ITT probe appeared dormant, Jaworski disclosed that his staff had uncovered no evidence of any criminal conduct by ITT executives in the case.

But Jaworski said that his staff is still investigating whether ITT improperly influenced the Internal Revenue Service and the Securities and Exchange Commission. His office is also continuing its inquiry of possible perjury...

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