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1. Viewing the facts, as we must, on appeal, most favorably to the prosecution, the evidence showed the following: Philip Albanese was the owner of a profitable truck-loading business at several piers along the Manhattan waterfront. He operated behind a paper wall of false and fictitious records to disguise his own financial interests. The two truckers of fruits and vegetables, who were his sole customers, paid appellants fees to a collection agency which, in turn, paid cash to Albanese or his agents. The collection agency maintained no records and those records which they supplied to Albanese were destroyed. Ostensible owners of the business, as listed on identification papers required by government agencies, were Rosario Albanese for a part of the period covered by the indictment and Rocco Guarino during much of the remainder of the period. Actually neither was owner and, during a part of the period for which Guarino was listed as one, he had no connection whatever with the business. The real owner at all times was Philip Albanese who, however, was listed during most of the period in question on the payroll records as a dock worker. The prosecution introduced many details of the various unorthodox business practices which disguised the extent of the profits and the identity of the owner.