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January 4, 1989 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
While declaring that "I am not a cult leader," the founder of the controversial, Los Angeles-based Ecclesia Athletic Assn. announced Tuesday that he is "suspending the activities" of his group--one month before four of his followers will stand trial in Oregon in the beating death of his daughter. At a press conference outside the group's farmhouse in rural Clackamas, Ore., Eldridge Broussard Jr.
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January 4, 1989 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
While declaring that "I am not a cult leader," the founder of the controversial, Los Angeles-based Ecclesia Athletic Assn. announced Tuesday that he is "suspending the activities" of his group--one month before four of his followers will stand trial in Oregon in the beating death of his daughter. At a press conference outside the group's farmhouse in rural Clackamas, Ore., Eldridge Broussard Jr.
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December 31, 1988 | PAUL FELDMAN
Barry Minkow's magic carpet ride came crashing to the ground when he was convicted of having masterminded a sophisticated securities swindle. Minkow, 22, became a teen-age millionaire after launching the ZZZZ Best carpet-cleaning company in his parents' San Fernando Valley garage. But prosecutors charged that the firm's books were crammed with phantom earnings and that he cheated investors out of more than $26 million in loans and stock offerings.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1988 | PAUL FELDMAN
Barry Minkow's magic carpet ride came crashing to the ground when he was convicted of having masterminded a sophisticated securities swindle. Minkow, 22, became a teen-age millionaire after launching the ZZZZ Best carpet-cleaning company in his parents' San Fernando Valley garage. But prosecutors charged that the firm's books were crammed with phantom earnings and that he cheated investors out of more than $26 million in loans and stock offerings.
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