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60 Minutes Glimpses Part of Scores Strip Club Story


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May 10 2015


Michael Blutrich grew up in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from Georgetown in 1974, he opened his own firm on Park Avenue, Blutrich, Falcone & Miller. The current Governor of New York, Andrew M. Cuomo, was a partner in the firm (1985-1988).

In the 1990s, using stolen money, Blutrich started investing in restaurants and nightclubs including the strip club Scores. At some point he started working in cahoots with Steve Sergio, described by 60 Minutes as a Gambino associate. Sergio revealed the extent of the scams he generated, which included taking payment from employees within the club, as well as club suppliers. Sergio even appointed a busboy as Score's accountant. "He was incompetent, Sergio told Anderson Cooper.

We were relieved that Stephen Sergio was only "slightly agitated" with us after we contacted him for our recent Scores story. Steve is a tall, burly guy.
After being indicted for embezzlement, Blutrich agreed to work undercover for the FBI who really, really wanted to nail some Gambinos, John "Junior" Gotti specifically.
Blutrich recorded about 1,000 hours of conversations with mobsters.

Anderson Cooper recently sat down with Blutrich for a 60 Minutes segment that aired on Sunday, May 10, at 8pm on CBS.






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