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July 19, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
WASHINGTON - Yasiel Puig is being sued for $12 million by a man in Cuba who claims Puig knowingly made false allegations against him that resulted in his receiving a seven-year prison sentence. The complaint, which seeks damages for the “prolonged arbitrary detention and torture” of Miguel Angel Corbacho Daudinot, was filed in federal district court in Florida. Puig's agent, Jaime Torres, said his client was aware of the lawsuit. Torres said that a lawyer retained by Puig is in the process of filing a response.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 2006 | Greg Krikorian, Times Staff Writer
A federal grand jury in Los Angeles has indicted two men in separate cases on charges that they falsely accused associates of planning terrorist acts in the United States. Juan Peter Delgado, 33, of Los Angeles was arrested Thursday morning by FBI agents for allegedly making a false threat two years ago that methamphetamine had been placed in Arrowhead bottled water by an employee of the company. The hoax, according to the U.S.
WORLD
October 12, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Warsaw court has ordered an opposition party to apologize publicly to the speaker of parliament for making what it said were false claims about him and his dog in a campaign ad, a court spokesman said. The Left and Democrats opposition party claimed in a radio ad ahead of Oct. 21 general elections that Speaker Ludwik Dorn's schnauzer Saba destroyed furniture in government offices he used in his previous post as interior minister, and that Dorn had refused to pay for the damage.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992 | NORA ZAMICHOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Diego therapist pleaded guilty to bilking the U.S. government of almost $11,000 and agreed to repay the money, which he obtained by billing for treatments of military clients he had never seen, the U.S. attorney's office said Tuesday. Donald J.
OPINION
January 15, 2006
Re "Truisms of publishing," editorial, Jan. 12 My daughter and I read "A Million Little Pieces." It is a painful account of an addict and the countless losses the lifestyle promises. The despair I felt while reading it made me wish it were required reading in high schools. That author James Frey made some false claims in his memoir is not important. CATHERINE GOLDSCHLAGER Studio City
OPINION
May 5, 2012
Re "Outside groups lead the charge," May 3 Wouldn't democracy be better served if there was a nonpartisan filter through which both sides would be threaded? All the "outside groups" should have the information in their ads would be fact-checked before release. The system followed now permits false claims, downright lies or, at best, shades of the truth with important omissions. This is no way to run an honorable political campaign. Anita C. Singer Laguna Woods ALSO: Letters: Ban the boarders Letters: Funding L.A.'s parks Letters: Adult education is worth saving
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