VI. Recommendations

Part: 
Four
Chapter: 
4
  1. Another conference be held for the purpose of exchanging updated material thereby keeping the joint investigation ongoing and current.
  2. Criminal financial discrepancies be brought to the immediate attention of the Internal Revenue Service. (Documentation of false invoice payments, skimming, hidden ownership, money laundering operations and bankruptcy frauds.)
  3. The United States Justice Department be provided with all documentation indicative of violations of monopoly or antitrust laws.
  4. A request be made to Congress and state legislators for assistance in exposing organized crime involvement in this industry.
  5. Members of this joint investigation bring the results of this investigation to the attention of their local prosecutors and request their assistance in local law enforcement effort in obscenity areas. Members should seek cooperation also from local agencies charged with the task of licensing and incorporating pornography outlets to insure applicants comply with the law.
  6. Assistance be provided to the Federal Bureau of Investigation in matters involving interstate violations and organized crime involvement.