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February 25, 1988

A federal judge in San Jose has refused to allow the release of accused high-tech spy Kevin Anderson on $500,000 bail so that he could accept a job offer from computer magnate Gene Amdahl. U.S. District Judge William Ingram, following the advice of federal prosecutors, overturned a federal magistrate's grant of bail for Anderson. "I'm not willing to let (Anderson) live independently in an apartment somewhere in Santa Clara County," Ingram said. Anderson was arrested last October along with three others and charged in a plot to sell sensitive super-computer technology to the Soviet Union.

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