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February 11, 1986

West Virginia's attorney general was indicted in Charleston on eight counts of violating election laws by "shaking down" his employees for money to pay off a campaign debt. Atty. Gen. Charlie Brown, a Democrat, was indicted by a grand jury on eight misdemeanor violations of a state law prohibiting elected officials from soliciting contributions from their employees.

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