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January 30, 1989
John H. Cleveland of Washington became the second Teamsters vice president to resign, clearing the way for him to be dropped as a defendant in a government racketeering case. The action by Cleveland and Robert H. Holmes, a vice president in Detroit, was part of an agreement with the Justice Department, said Deborah Corley, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney's office in New York. Corley said the agreement would be submitted for court approval.
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January 30, 1989
John H. Cleveland of Washington became the second Teamsters vice president to resign, clearing the way for him to be dropped as a defendant in a government racketeering case. The action by Cleveland and Robert H. Holmes, a vice president in Detroit, was part of an agreement with the Justice Department, said Deborah Corley, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney's office in New York. Corley said the agreement would be submitted for court approval.
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February 2, 1989 | HENRY WEINSTEIN and RONALD J. OSTROW, Times Staff Writers
Three Teamsters vice presidents, who resigned recently, have endorsed major union reforms in agreements with the government that dismiss them as defendants in a massive racketeering case filed against the union last year. The officials--Robert Holmes of Detroit, John H. Cleveland of Washington and Maurice R.
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January 23, 1989 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
Leaders of the Teamsters Union have held talks with federal prosecutors aimed at settling a massive civil racketeering lawsuit that seeks to rid the giant union of alleged corruption, knowledgeable sources said Sunday. A settlement formula discussed in preliminary talks involves a demand by the Justice Department that at least five members of the Teamsters national executive board--but not William J.
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