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NEW YORK (A) - The gov-
ernment investigator who headed
a securities fraud probe of Ro-
bert Vesco told the Mitchell-
Stans jury yesterday he resisted
efforts by his superiors to pre-
vent disclosure of Vesco's $200,-
000 contribution to President Nix-
on's re-electio0n campaign.
The witness, Stanley Spork-
in, director of the enforcement
division of the Securities -a n d
Exchange Commission (SEC),
testified as the conspiracy trial
of former Atty. Gen. John Mit-
C hell and former Commerce Sec-
retary Maurice Stuns started its
SPORKIN SAID that he was
trying to find out the source
a nd use of $250,000 in cash that
Vesco transferred from the Ba-
Ihamas to New York in April
1972. He said that in the effort
Ito identify its source and use
he had subpoenaed several Ves-
Ico employes shortly before t he
Nov. 7, 1972 election.
Sporkin said Wiliam C a s e y ,
then chairman of the SEC, tele-
Iphoned him on Nov. 1 and ask-
ed if it wouldn't be possible to
postpone the appearance of those
Vesco aides because it C 0 U 1 d
be "politically embarrassing."
"I told him the testimony would
not bepostpond," sai Sporkn
was not the way to proceed."
CASEY PURSUED it a i t tlIe
further, Sporkin said, but Spork-
in told him emphatically: "You
must rely on my judgment in this
matter. Some day you will be
Other witnesses have testified
that Mitchell tried to get Casey
to prevent revelaion of Ves-
Co's contribution before the
election was held. In fact, Vesco
and his aides all took the Fifth
Amendment before the SEC prior
to the election and the contri-
bution did not become public for
The two former Cabinet of fi-
cers are accused of conspiring to
conceal Vesco' s contribution, to
impede the SEC investigation h1i
return for the under-the-table
cash and of lying to a grand ju:'y
about it. -
VESCO'S contribution was de-
livered April 10, 1972, t h r e e
days after the effective date of
a law requiring disclosure. In
addition to the $200,000 cash con-
tribution, Vesco gave a $50,000
on-the-record Check to the re-
* The fugitive financier w a s
cited by the SEC three weeks af-
ter the 1972 election in a com-
plaint alleging that he looted
$224 million from mutual funds
Sporkin said that Bradford
Cook, then chief counsel of the I
SEC and later its chairman, tried
to limit the inquiry into tue use
of the $250,000. He said Cook
asked him why they needed any
information other than t h e
the sorurce of the money.
Sporkmn said he told Cook they
did need to know 'how the money
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