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January 11, 1996 | From the Washington Post
Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) disclosed Wednesday that she owes between $50,000 and $130,000 in federal and state taxes for the years 1992, 1993 and 1994, but in each case linked the liability to actions by her estranged husband, Joseph Waldholtz.
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November 1, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Justice Department closed its criminal investigation of Rep. Enid Greene's personal and campaign finances without bringing any charges against her. But her 1992 and 1994 campaign committees remain under investigation by the Federal Election Commission, which has the power to seek civil fines if it finds any campaign-finance violations. Joseph Waldholtz, former husband of the Utah Republican congresswoman, is in jail awaiting sentencing Nov. 7 for bank, election and tax fraud.
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November 23, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The estranged husband of Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) is negotiating with federal prosecutors the terms of a potential deal in which he would plead guilty to reduced criminal fraud charges in exchange for his testimony against his wife, law enforcement sources said Wednesday. Joseph Waldholtz, 32, was scheduled to appear before a federal grand jury on Wednesday; instead, prosecutors asked U.S. District Judge Emmet G.
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September 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
Prosecutors demanded the immediate imprisonment of Joseph Waldholtz on Wednesday, alleging that the ex-husband of Rep. Enid Greene (R-Utah) used heroin and continued to write bad checks as he awaited sentencing for bank fraud and other misdeeds. Waldholtz's lawyer, Barbara Nicastro, was not available for comment. U.S. Atty. Eric H. Holder alleged in papers filed with the court that Waldholtz's violations included: * Using heroin daily for at least several weeks.
NEWS
November 1, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Justice Department closed its criminal investigation of Rep. Enid Greene's personal and campaign finances without bringing any charges against her. But her 1992 and 1994 campaign committees remain under investigation by the Federal Election Commission, which has the power to seek civil fines if it finds any campaign-finance violations. Joseph Waldholtz, former husband of the Utah Republican congresswoman, is in jail awaiting sentencing Nov. 7 for bank, election and tax fraud.
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March 6, 1996 | Washington Post
Freshman Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) announced Tuesday that she will not run for reelection, citing the Justice Department investigation into the activities of her estranged husband and the financing of her 1994 campaign. Waldholtz said that she "made some terrible mistakes of misplaced trust, for which I take responsibility," but that she was "absolutely innocent of any intentional wrongdoing."
NEWS
September 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
Prosecutors demanded the immediate imprisonment of Joseph Waldholtz on Wednesday, alleging that the ex-husband of Rep. Enid Greene (R-Utah) used heroin and continued to write bad checks as he awaited sentencing for bank fraud and other misdeeds. Waldholtz's lawyer, Barbara Nicastro, was not available for comment. U.S. Atty. Eric H. Holder alleged in papers filed with the court that Waldholtz's violations included: * Using heroin daily for at least several weeks.
NEWS
June 6, 1996 | From Associated Press
In an agreement requiring him to cooperate with prosecutors, Joseph Waldholtz, the ex-husband of Rep. Enid Greene (R-Utah), pleaded guilty Wednesday to providing his ex-wife with false information for her taxes and to falsifying spending reports from her congressional campaign. Also on Wednesday, the couple was granted a divorce by a Salt Lake City judge.
NEWS
November 18, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The fugitive husband of Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) surrendered to the FBI here Friday, six days after disappearing in a swirl of questions about his handling of the couple's personal and campaign finances. For the first time, federal authorities indicated Friday that the criminal investigation of Waldholtzes' alleged financial misdeeds encompasses his wife as well. Joseph P. Waldholtz, 32, appeared before U.S. District Judge Emmet G.
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March 3, 1996 | MARCY GORDON, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In the latest salvo against her estranged husband, Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz of Utah has told the Federal Election Commission she will file a complaint alleging that he mixed campaign and personal funds and may have embezzled from her campaigns. The first-term Republican congresswoman, whose campaign finances are under criminal investigation, has publicly accused Joseph Waldholtz of stealing money from her campaigns and lying to her about it.
NEWS
June 6, 1996 | From Associated Press
In an agreement requiring him to cooperate with prosecutors, Joseph Waldholtz, the ex-husband of Rep. Enid Greene (R-Utah), pleaded guilty Wednesday to providing his ex-wife with false information for her taxes and to falsifying spending reports from her congressional campaign. Also on Wednesday, the couple was granted a divorce by a Salt Lake City judge.
NEWS
March 6, 1996 | Washington Post
Freshman Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) announced Tuesday that she will not run for reelection, citing the Justice Department investigation into the activities of her estranged husband and the financing of her 1994 campaign. Waldholtz said that she "made some terrible mistakes of misplaced trust, for which I take responsibility," but that she was "absolutely innocent of any intentional wrongdoing."
NEWS
January 11, 1996 | From the Washington Post
Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) disclosed Wednesday that she owes between $50,000 and $130,000 in federal and state taxes for the years 1992, 1993 and 1994, but in each case linked the liability to actions by her estranged husband, Joseph Waldholtz.
NEWS
November 23, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The estranged husband of Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) is negotiating with federal prosecutors the terms of a potential deal in which he would plead guilty to reduced criminal fraud charges in exchange for his testimony against his wife, law enforcement sources said Wednesday. Joseph Waldholtz, 32, was scheduled to appear before a federal grand jury on Wednesday; instead, prosecutors asked U.S. District Judge Emmet G.
NEWS
November 18, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The fugitive husband of Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah) surrendered to the FBI here Friday, six days after disappearing in a swirl of questions about his handling of the couple's personal and campaign finances. For the first time, federal authorities indicated Friday that the criminal investigation of Waldholtzes' alleged financial misdeeds encompasses his wife as well. Joseph P. Waldholtz, 32, appeared before U.S. District Judge Emmet G.
NEWS
November 15, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-Utah), whose husband vanished over the weekend amid allegations of financial irregularities, on Tuesday announced that she was filing for divorce and seeking sole custody of the couple's infant daughter. Joseph Waldholtz, 32, was last seen on Saturday, days after reports surfaced that federal authorities were investigating his handling of his wife's personal and campaign accounts.
NEWS
May 18, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A judge granted Rep. Enid Greene (R-Utah) a divorce from her estranged husband, Joseph Waldholtz, whose alleged mishandling of campaign funds brought her promising political career to an abrupt end. Judge William Thorne granted the request during a 20-minute hearing but said questions regarding custody of the couple's baby, Elizabeth, and other issues will be determined at a later date.
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