Nation: Scotto: Out of the Dock

The waterfront boss is convicted in Manhattan

As a vice president of the International Longshoremen's Association and head of its Local 1814 in Brooklyn, Anthony Scotto, 45, has long been laden with two very different reputations. A personable and articulate man who favors $500 pinstripe suits and expensive Manhattan restaurants, Scotto has lectured at Harvard University on labor relations, serves as a trustee of the Brooklyn Academy of Music and counts some of New York's most prominent politicians among his friends. But because of his occupational affiliation with the city's notoriously corrupt waterfront and his 1957 marriage to the niece of Mobster...

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