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June 9, 1999
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March 3, 1998
A Sierra Madre man who collected nearly $500,000 from firms that owed money to a bankrupt fish company has pleaded guilty to eight bankruptcy fraud counts, a federal prosecutor said. Michael Knighton, 33, also pleaded guilty to one felony count of using a false Social Security number to open a bank account in San Diego, said Assistant U.S. Atty. Angela Davis.
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February 6, 2002 | TINA DIRMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was an Internet fraud scheme that in just seven months cost telephone and Internet service providers throughout the country more than $9 million, prosecutors say. But Monday a judge ordered a Riverside businessman to pay it all back. Gregory D. Evans, 33, will also serve two years in federal prison on charges of federal conspiracy and wire fraud. "This was a very serious case," said Assistant U.S. Atty.
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April 22, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN
A Castaic man was convicted of two counts of fraud Wednesday for failing to disclose assets--including a Cessna 310 airplane--in a bankruptcy petition, the U.S. attorney's office said. The federal jury found that Faramarz Taghilou, 39, claimed he had only $11,100 in assets--neglecting to disclose ownership of the plane, which was insured for $120,000, according to Assistant U.S. Atty. Angela J. Davis. Taghilou now faces a maximum 10 years in federal prison and fines up to $500,000.
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March 8, 2002 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sheldon Otis, a criminal defense lawyer who waged courtroom battles for some of the 1970s' most prominent radicals, including Angela Davis and Huey Newton, died of congestive heart failure March 1 at Kaiser Hospital in Oakland. He was 69. He was the lead defense attorney for Steven Soliah, an associate of the Symbionese Liberation Army who was acquitted in 1976 at trial over a Carmichael, Calif., bank robbery that left a woman dead.
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January 16, 1987 | HILLIARD HARPER, San Diego County Arts Writer
William J. McGill, the man picked by Mayor Maureen O'Connor to facilitate the labor dispute between musicians and the San Diego Symphony, earned his administrator's stripes by jawboning conflicts. McGill, 65, now retired and an adjunct (non-salaried) professor of psychology at UCSD, may bring to the mayor's proposed symphony arbitration sessions the same style he used in the 1960s to wear down angry college protesters with argument.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 23, 1998
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will offer such diverse attractions as Charlton Heston reading Hemingway and children's entertainers Kino and Lucy doing bits from their "Storytime" TV show, along with book signings and, perhaps the most anticipated part of the festival, about 70 author panels. The event will draw people from San Diego to Santa Barbara and from East L.A. to the Westside.
NEWS
September 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
Tropical Storm Harvey drenched Florida's Gulf Coast with more than 10 inches of rain Tuesday, forcing schools to close, flooding homes and businesses and playing havoc with travelers' plans. The storm left streets in the small fishing village of Everglades City under 2 feet of water as it quickly moved across South Florida and into the Atlantic Ocean. At 11 p.m. EDT, Harvey's center was about 115 miles northeast of Freeport, Bahamas. It was moving east-northeast at 31 mph.
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September 12, 1995 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charles Johnston Hitch, the unflappable, cigar-smoking 13th president of the University of California who guided the UC system through the threat of Draconian 1960s budget cuts and the impassioned student protests during the Vietnam War, died Monday in San Leandro. He was 85. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia, although Hitch had suffered from Alzheimer's disease, according to a UC press release. The Boonville, Mo.
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