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July 9, 1999 | TOM GORMAN and MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Waste Management Inc. failed Thursday to derail a criminal fraud case against the corporation and some of its executives. The case involves allegations that they carried out a campaign of corporate espionage to develop a desert landfill. San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Joseph E. Johnston denied a motion that the cases be dismissed against Waste Management Vice President Stu Clark, project manager Glen Odell and former Vice President Robert Morris.
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July 9, 1999 | TOM GORMAN and MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Waste Management Inc. failed Thursday to derail a criminal fraud case against the corporation and some of its executives. The case involves allegations that they carried out a campaign of corporate espionage to develop a desert landfill. San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Joseph E. Johnston denied a motion that the cases be dismissed against Waste Management Vice President Stu Clark, project manager Glen Odell and former Vice President Robert Morris.
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June 20, 1999 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A canny drifter who called himself Tony Bergschneider arrived in the tiny Mojave Desert town of Amboy four years ago and hired on as a short-order cook--an unlikely beginning to what would be an explosive business corruption case. A career con man whose real name was Joseph E. Lauricella, he had served three prison terms. And with charges of drug trafficking and grand theft hanging over his head, he had picked the desert as a good place to hide out.
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June 20, 1999 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A canny drifter who called himself Tony Bergschneider arrived in the tiny Mojave Desert town of Amboy four years ago and hired on as a short-order cook--an unlikely beginning to what would be an explosive business corruption case. A career con man whose real name was Joseph E. Lauricella, he had served three prison terms. And with charges of drug trafficking and grand theft hanging over his head, he had picked the desert as a good place to hide out.
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March 11, 1997 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A consultant to Waste Management Inc.--the nation's largest trash company, and one that wants to create a huge garbage dump in the High Desert--wiretapped the phones of the project's main opponent and stole computer data from its offices, authorities alleged Monday. The charges grew out of an unrelated criminal investigation into the consultant that turned up evidence linking Waste Management to the wiretap and computer data theft, said San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt.
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