Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 7, 1982 · Page 22
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23 Reno Evening Gazette Stardust furor hits List, Bryan LAS VEGAS (AP) The furor over an FBI affidavit alleging skimming operations by certain Stardust hotel executives has entered the political arena. Gov. Robert List said Wednesday he will keep campaign contributions from the Stardust executives while Attorney General Richard Bryan says he will return a $10,000 contribution he received from them. List said he would not return his contribution unless federal authorities provide more than what he ,called "hearsay accusations" that Stardust executives were skimming money for Chicago mobsters. An FBI search affidavit unsealed Monday Implicated Stardust owners Al Sachs and Herbert Tobman in skimming operations the unlawful diversion of casino profits before they are reported for taxes. "If In fact there is a basis to prove wrongdoing, then the state of Nevada will take action and the contributions will be returned," List said. "But I cannot return a contribution over hearsay accusations. You don't convict people and subject them to ridicule based on the kind of evidence we've seen to date." List declined to say how much he had received from Stardust officials. Bryan said he "would not want to pre-Judge the allegations" but added they were serious and he might be involved In giving legal advice to state gaming officials on any probe that might develop. "I want to eliminate the appearance of any impropriety and my Judgment Is to return the money," Bryan added. Meanwhile, Gaming Control Board chairman Richard Bunker Thursday denied allegations he kept a report critical of the Stardust from the gaming commission. Richard Law, a former gaming board agent, says a report he compiled which criticized Stardust activities was kept from the commission by Bunker, who was then a member of the board. In a brief filed with" the state Supreme Court, where he is appealing his 1980 dismissal from the board, Law said his 1979 re-" port linked Stardust operators to organized crime. 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