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IV
WHEN STALIN COUNTERFEITED
DOLLARS

from Montreal yesterday by train. Dr. Burtan is a heart specialist connected with the Midtown Hospital. He is thirty-four years old and a Russian by birth."
The United States authorities, in arresting the two men, came face to face with what they found to be one of the most baffling cases in the history of counterfeiting. Dechow made a full confession to the Federal agents, and the case against him was suspended from the docket in view of his testimony for the government. Dechow's confession was that he had been meddling in the munitions business, particularly in the chemical warfare equipment, and had met Dr. Burtan in New York in the summer of 1932. Dechow had connections with the Chicago underworld. In November 1932 Dr. Burtan told him that he had $ 100,000 in $100 bills which had been given to him by a patient, a member of Arnold Rothstein's gang, and that he did not wish to have them exchanged in New York. Dechow undertook to effect the exchange in Chicago. He went there with a sample of the money and offered the business to some Chicago pals.
The Chicago racketeers, eight of whom were involved in the case, had the fake bills examined by various bank tellers who pronounced them authentic. Dr. Burtan then arrived on the scene, and an agreement was consummated under the terms of which thirty per cent of the receipts was to go to the underworld group passing the money. The sum of $100,000 was turned over to the gangsters for exchange.
This was just before Christmas, and the business of exchanging the bills got off to a good start. The Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company, the Northern Trust Company, the Harris Trust and Savings Bank, exchanged the bills and forwarded several parcels of them to the Federal Reserve Bank
of Chicago. That was on December 23, 1932. Again

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