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December 14, 1996 | From Reuters
Allan Boesak, the black cleric who battled apartheid with former Archbishop Desmond Tutu through five bleak years of South African emergency rule, was charged in absentia on Friday with fraud and theft from Western donors. State prosecutor Steven Powell said that Boesak, who is teaching theology in California, and former bookkeeper Freddie Steenkamp face nine counts of fraud and 21 counts of theft.
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March 18, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Allan Boesak, a leading anti-apartheid activist and former African National Congress leader, was convicted of stealing aid money from foreign donors, including cash given by singer Paul Simon intended for a children's charity. Boesak was convicted of four counts of fraud and theft involving $400,000. He was acquitted of 23 other charges.
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March 18, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Allan Boesak, a leading anti-apartheid activist and former African National Congress leader, was convicted of stealing aid money from foreign donors, including cash given by singer Paul Simon intended for a children's charity. Boesak was convicted of four counts of fraud and theft involving $400,000. He was acquitted of 23 other charges.
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December 14, 1996 | From Reuters
Allan Boesak, the black cleric who battled apartheid with former Archbishop Desmond Tutu through five bleak years of South African emergency rule, was charged in absentia on Friday with fraud and theft from Western donors. State prosecutor Steven Powell said that Boesak, who is teaching theology in California, and former bookkeeper Freddie Steenkamp face nine counts of fraud and 21 counts of theft.
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