7 June 1997 They confiscated merchandise, but kept no records. “Victims” were issued vouchers for the warehouse of the market inspection at 120 Third Boulevard (several hundred yards distant) where records were to be prepared, the identity of owners ascertained as well as the origin of their merchandise, and whether all applicable taxes on it […]

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